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timtats

  29 days ago

Eating out

Today I met with friends in town and we went for tea and scones.
The bottom picture shows the scone I got in the cafe, it was quite big and had a drizzle of white and milk chocolate on top. The scone cost €3.50
The top picture shows a bag of 4 scones I got in Lidl on my way home it cost €1.50 The scones were a bit smaller than the scone in the cafe and they didn’t have the drizzle of chocolate on top.
Do you think eating out is more expensive since lockdown?
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karen_kavanagh

  26 days ago
depends on the place and location really Reply
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JoanaMoon

  26 days ago
Usually , depending on the place the quality is also higher than supermarket baked goods .You just have to look at them. Reply
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HarryM

  26 days ago
€3.50 seems a bit extreme for a scone even if it had a bit of chocolate drizzled on top, I’d expect €3.50 to cover a pot of tea or a coffee as well. Reply
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ruta64

  26 days ago
I haven't been eating out for quite a long time Reply
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Clarecats

  27 days ago
Yes but GinaG explains the costs of eating out.
We also found prices outside Dublin recently, to be much higher than we would expect. This means the cafes are all trying to make up for lost business, but they will put customers off.
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rramidi25

  27 days ago
As the year goes farward the prices become higher. Reply
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GinaG1190

  27 days ago
You pay for the service of sitting down and service also they have costs of labour, rates, rent, produce , electricity , etc so can't make any comparison to costs between the two Reply
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