Google then counts how often they are used in countries, regional areas, towns and cities relative to all local searches and allocates an interest score.
For example if Bristol scores 100 for Japanese cuisine and London scores 80, it means that there is a higher percentage of people from Bristol searching for Japanese cuisine, but not necessarily that there are more searches made from Bristol compared to London.
Let’s look in-depth at the top six, showing each region’s and city’s preference for a cuisine. Read on to find out how the world’s food ranked in the UK this year.
That more personal connection will help turn one-time customers into repeat customers. The levels of personalization that these loyalty programs provide are great for a varied list of restaurants. Establishments like Chipotle’s often have games their patrons can play while they wait for their food. Others have an interactive coupon (scratch-off or animated) that, again, creates a more engaging experience.
With a QR scan or loyalty app, the customer decides when they want to interact with you. This level of control makes them more likely to actually interact. The more the customer interacts, the more likely they are to spent money in your establishment. Loyalty programs don’t just create repeat customers, they increase sales overall and give the customer a more personalized experience.