Restaurant Menus Articles

By popular request, premium users now have access to a handy feature that lets them use basic HTML and CSS in the “long description” field. Full details about what tags can and cannot be used is available in our extensive help center article, including some sample code snippets that you can modify for your own…

We’re all looking forward to when the coronavirus pandemic is finally over and we can all return to one of the most popular social activities — sharing a good meal with friends and family in the relaxing atmosphere of our favorite restaurant. Even as the world sees diminishing coronavirus cases, there are still plenty of…

We’re excited to announce some big changes to qReveal that include a new free plan and lower pricing. Starting Feb. 11, 2021, qReveal is, by popular demand, offering a free way for small restaurants and other businesses to offer basic contactless QR code menus and price lists — as well as a new lower price…

Food is notoriously one of the most challenging subjects to take good photographs of. However, food photography can also be a key way in marketing your dishes on your QR code menu — so it’s something that many restaurant owners are interested in. Lighting Lighting often has the biggest impact on how well food photography…

Illustrating your QR code menu with photography can be a great way to grab customers’ interest. However, food photography can be extremely challenging and not everyone has the resources to hire a professional photographer. In cases like this, using stock photography can be a good option. It is important to select stock photos that accurately…

QR code menus and price lists work with the same basic concept: A customer is shown a QR code that they scan with their mobile device and the menu or price list opens in their web browser. This means that, obviously, you should always display at least a QR code, but there is other content…

While QR code menus are a great way to reduce the cost of printing and use of single use paper, there are still some cases that will require you to have single use printed copies on hand: Customers who do not have a mobile device or a device compatible with scanning QR codes or who…

A common question when creating signage or other materials to display your QR code is how big the code itself should be printed. In general, the best answer to this question is as large as it can be displayed given your circumstances. The ability for a particular mobile device to be able to scan a…

Despite commonly appearing in black and white, QR codes can actually be printed in a variety of colors — which can be a great way to make them match your brand better. However, there are some things to consider when deciding what colors to use. Not all QR code generators provide QR codes in different…

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