I was travelling two years ago around Europe and I went to Austria, which is a very affluent country and a fad they seemed to have was restaurants purely for finger food. Evidently finger food services in this capacity have completely changed overseas. The fact that finger food can make up an entire menu at first baffled me, but then I realised it is genius. People have to order so many courses (which I am sure would be over priced) just to get full. The meals were literally tiny, I actually had a little laugh seeing people eating these tiny meals. I don’t think I would ever be that appealed to eating tiny food for expensive prices, but then I realise one of my favourite cuisines is Spanish and I really love tapas. Look at here now if you are looking for better food services.
Although tapas may not be as easy to pick up as some finger foods, they act in the same way, which you have to order many tapas to actually suffice for a real sustaining meal. Really whoever invented finger food is an extremely intelligent money-maker. You taste a bit, you want more, no matter what one won’t be enough so you have to keep spending. Also as finger food is often way over priced they would make way more over the normal price expected from a main meal order. What I find hardest to understand about a finger food restaurant is that I would never revisit a place that had small portions and high prices, that is the opposite of the restaurants I would visit. I go for the cheap and generous style restaurants, hey the quality may not be as amazing but really I would rather be full and still have money, than hungry and poor.
I think we have become way to accustom to small portions and finger food being fancy. Where as I think we should start presuming that more food should mean more money, and the opposite for less food. Perhaps we need to have a reality check between pretension and actual quality and quantity standards. I am no food critic, but I don’t think anyone appreciates a hefty bill and an empty stomach. I remember when I was younger, my family and I would go out for Japanese food, and my father would always joke that he needed to stop at a fast food joint for a burger. There is a lot of food out there that may be small in portions but can feed a lot of people, know what they offer right here. Although we never did that, we did always get dessert because sometimes-small portions of raw fish just don’t fill you like a big burger would. I think that finger food has a time and place, and that a restaurant devoted to it is not that place. The place is at weddings, or gallery openings or anywhere people can have a snack before dinner buffet catering Melbourne and anywhere like a gallery opening or wedding where you don’t have to pay for it. Now that’s the best of both worlds.