How to improve the look and feel of your Business Cards or Menus


Typestyle Tips

The typestyle you use in your menu can set the feel for your restaurant.
Choose a font that matches your style. Do you desire to portray elegance, sophistication, a fun filled atmosphere?
Below are some examples that might help spark your imagination.
 
StyleExampleTypestyle Used, Point Size
 
 
Words & Phrases we use when designing menus
a generous portion of
a luscious blend of
alluring
an appealing assortment of
an array of
artfully blended with
baked golden brown
barbecued
battered
blanketed with
blended with
breathtaking
bursting with flavor
charbroiled
chef's favorite
choice of
choose yoru favorites
coated with
cooked to order
country-fried
crisp
crowned with
delicate
deliciously seasoned
embellished with
exclusive
favorite
festive
flavored with
fresh
garden fresh
garnished with
generous portion
glazed with
glistening
healthy
hearty
herb-grilled
inviting
juicy
lightly breaded
lightly spiced with
marinated
moist
mouth watering combination
natural flavor of
NEW
oozing with
our own unique
our top selling
oven roasted
pastry-like
piping hot
plump
preferred
sauteed in butter
savory
scrumptious
sensational
served sizzling hot
served steaming
served witha large
signature dish
simmered in its own juice
skillet-seared
slow-cooked
slowly simmered
smothered with
special recipe
spectacular
sprinkled with
succulent
tantalizing
tasty
tempting
tender bite-size
tender chunks of
the original
topped with
vine-ripened
winning
with a deliciously seasoned
with a hint of
zesty blend of
zippy (flavor)

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