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I’m being priced out of eating out

Restaurant prices are no longer worth it

28 May 2022

9:00 AM

28 May 2022

9:00 AM

I used to be able to afford to go to restaurants. Yes, it was a treat, but it was just about doable, and though it was never a pleasure to be presented with the bill, it didn’t leave you reeling from shock and buyer’s remorse.

The schnitzel in my favourite London restaurant has gone up from £12 to £20 for the small one and from £22 to £33 for the normal-sized one.

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