Business diners are ldquomore sensitive to quality than pricequot one restaurant owner says

Business diners are “more sensitive to quality than price," one restaurant owner says.

What do business diners value in a restaurant?

Editor’s note: This is the second of a three-part series by Restaurant Hospitality examining the state of business dining in the U.S. Read the first part: “Return of the Corporate Card: Restaurants enjoy the boost.” • See more Consumer Trends

In restaurants, consistency can be a polarizing word. In some instances, it can mean the same specials every day served by the same person who greets the table with the same spiel. But it can also mean a solid meal at the right price in a reasonably short amount of time—every time.

Consistency of the latter nature is exactly what business diners are looking for, according to a number of independent restaurant owners and chefs.

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