Anti-inflation: 1000 restaurant cards reduced to -50% in France

As part of The Fork festival launched on February 15, the leader in online restaurant reservations is mobilizing to support the purchasing power of the French. Since the rise in prices across the country, fewer and fewer people are going out. To avoid harming the morale of restaurateurs or consumers, one solution: make the cards more accessible.

A mobilization for restaurateurs and consumers

Damien Rodière, Managing Director of TheFork Western Europe says “With the TheFork Festival, we reiterate our commitment to making gastronomy accessible to all, while helping our restaurant partners, also affected by inflation. » Challenging restaurateurs is not rash, since previous editions of this Festival had “demonstrated their effectiveness by allowing participating restaurants to triple their clientele over the period and increase their margin by 2.5. This edition is tangible proof of our unwavering support for an entire sector. »

Restaurants to find directly on the application

To no longer deprive yourself of small pleasures, simply go to The Fork application and consult the list of 1000 restaurants participating in the challenge. Among them, 245 establishments are in Paris. Nationally, no matter where you are, Paris, Lyon, Marseille, Bordeaux, Toulouse, Strasbourg, La Rochelle, Montpellier, Nantes and many other cities offer this anti-inflation addition!

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