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Why crab claws and fillet steaks are disappearing from Irish restaurant menus

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Crab claws, rack of lamb and fillet steaks are among the dishes being dropped from some menus, with price hikes of up to €2.50 per plate being felt in restaurants feeling the heat of inflation.

Restaurateurs, cafe owners and bar owners across Ireland have reported difficulties maintaining profits due to food price inflation, increases in utility bills and a drop in customers as consumers feel the crisis.

https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/why-crab-claws-and-fillet-steaks-are-coming-off-the-menu-in-irish-restaurants-41562287.html Why crab claws and fillet steaks are disappearing from Irish restaurant menus

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