Depending on the mood and atmosphere you are looking for, restaurant music can improve the ambience or make it a lot worse. Photo: Alamy
Andrew Sun
Opinion

Opinion

Mouthing Off by Andrew Sun

From Lady Gaga to Bryan Adams, the restaurant music that can put you off your food

  • Music played at restaurants has changed. Some chefs pay as much attention to the dinner service mix tape as the mise en place. This is not always a good thing
  • Some try to match tracks to the food on your plate, others just try too hard. And often the music is too loud. Wannabe DJs in the kitchen are to blame

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Depending on the mood and atmosphere you are looking for, restaurant music can improve the ambience or make it a lot worse. Photo: Alamy
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