I Think Our Local Bistro Didn’t Account For Inflation, Prices Unchanged Since Decades, I See Them Struggling

It’s our local kofta (grilled minced meat) bistro in Morocco. I see the occupiers struggling hard and constantly unnerved.

Half a khobz (Moroccan round bread) full of kefta with grilled tomatoes, onions and spices, and a hefty amount of fries for just 15 DHS ($1.5), unchanged since decades, but in other restaurants that have more younger people working there who maybe understand inflation more, the meat usually costs $0.5 more.

I’m not complaining, It’s insanely good food for an insanely cheap price. But it also seems the people there are not accounting for inflation, as they’re not running a charity either, and if they ever close shop because of that I would be impacted as well since I can’t eat there anymore. I should suggest to them reviewing their price at a rise anyway.

I know some of you may be salivating right now at the thought and the price, if so I’m sorry about that.

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