12 Tricks That Restaurant Workers Use to Manipulate Us

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12 Tricks That Restaurant Workers Use to Manipulate Us

  • Candies, gum, and other little somethings that are brought to you together with the bill are not a freebie from the cafe. That’s how restaurateurs try to make you feel guilty. The visitor will get the feeling that they need to compensate for this gift and will likely leave a bigger tip.
  • People eat less in restaurants decorated with mirrors. This is due to the fact that when a person sees themselves from the side, the level of self-control in the process of eating increases.
  • Many restaurants enhance smells to make visitors feel more hungry. For example, bakeries install special ovens with minimum ventilation to make the aroma of fresh-baked products reach the potential visitors standing outside the bakery.
12 Tricks That Restaurant Workers Use to Manipulate Us
12 Tricks That Restaurant Workers Use to Manipulate Us
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