Usually organic restaurants add value to their meals for the work it takes to track down the finest quality food, the higher payment organic food takes in order to buy because of the nature of the farming methods, and the fancy dishes they serve. Also, if an organic restaurant has a monopoly in the region, it can pretty much charge whatever it wants.
It depends on what you’re comparing it to. If it’s being compared to a standard chain family restaurant, then the prices might be a little bit higher. However, if you’re comparing it to a moderately priced steakhouse, it may be cheaper. The type and quality of food must be considered as well; although it may be a little more expensive, you are more likely to get a much better meal at an all-organic restaurant. That, and the confidence in knowing that your food is better for the environment may be a reward in and of itself.
Typically yes, because organic food is usually more expensive, so the restaurant’s food cost are higher. This is the biggest problem with organic food. That being said, you get what you pay for- the food is nutritious and high quality.
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