better Restaurant websites

Tips & Tricks on getting more out of your restaurant website

Flat Page Hierarchy

Less is more. This is especially true for restaurant websites, but far too often we’re forced to click way too many times before we find what we’re looking for (if we find it at all).

It’s important to keep your websites navigation as simple as possible, consolidating all crucial information and delegating all the fun extras to social media accounts (your Facebook page & Twitter). The example below has four menu items, but many will have ten or more:

restaurant website navigation

Not only will desktop visitors find information faster, but mobile users will be a whole lot less frustrated by the experience. Keep everyone happy by keeping it simple.

Noel Tock

About the Author
As founder of happytables , Noel Tock helps many restaurants make more money from their online traffic. If you have questions, just ping him on twitter or linkedin.