One of our longstanding clients, Cambs Cuisine, asked up to help out with an element of their recent transformation. The Cambridge Chop House, situated on King’s Parade in Cambridge, has recently undergone a refurbishment – even down to the menus!
They were keen to introduce “disposable” menus, which still needed to be in keeping with the look and feel of the updated restaurant. We were asked to suggest and source a quality recycled paper that had a ‘natural’ look and feel about it. We presented a number of options to them and once the right one had been chosen, an A3 sized 120gsm uncoated natural paper, artwork was supplied and we set about printing the 1000 menus required. It was a simple two colour print job, with the logo on one side and the menu on the reverse.
We were able to order the stock in and print the whole job quickly and efficiently for them, and we delivered their new hygienic menus to them in time for their special open evening.
More and more restaurants are moving over to a disposable menu, which doubles up as a table setting. It prevents the necessity of handing menus back and forth to diners, which for obvious reasons within an easting establishment, is a positive move! Some include activities for children too, keeping families happy and adding a little bit of extra value at a very minimal cost. ’Disposable’ doesn’t need to mean a cheaper brand image, but it can be a cost-effective solution.
So whether you have a simple A3 menu requirement, or perhaps a more intricate folded menu which we’ve also done in the past, we’ve pretty much got ‘menus’ covered! ‘