- #1—Less food wastage
- #2—More healthy foods
- #3—Cutting down on alcohol
- #4—Taking inspiration from the streets
- #5—Food for social media
#1—Less food wastage
Getting the basics right and correcting all the wrongs, expect to see some serious preventative measures taken by food joints and Michelin restaurants alike to avoid food wastage, with initiatives being taken to help out the needy with the vestige.
#2—More healthy foods
Healthy eating and vegan foods are trends we've seen rise over the past years, so in an attempt to take it further, restaurants are now involving food manufacturers and even the local farmers to make them fully aware of the growing demands for healthier foods.
#3—Cutting down on alcohol
With healthy eating comes a happy decline in alcohol which the youth today, surprisingly, doesn’t mind. Cocktails have replaced shooters (unless you’re a teenager) and an appreciation for gastronomy is being developed. So unless you’re genuinely surprising them, they’d rather pass (and save a few bucks!)
#4—Taking inspiration from the streets
Talk about saving bucks and street food’s the first to come to mind. Precisely why this trickle up theory works so well for the fine dining restaurants, because they’re making what’s already good, even better. Pani puri shots? Pav bhaji quiche? You can only take a guess at what’s next!
#5—Food for social media
Lastly, duh! How good could your food life be if you couldn’t make Snap, Insta and the latest, WhatsApp Stories out of it? Studies have revealed how Instagramming your food actually makes it taste better, so expect restaurants worldwide to world take optimum advantage of it.
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