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297 x 210 mm, Acrylic
154 x 43 mm, Brass
400 x 150 mm, Aluminium
Plastic signs engraving
160 x 76 mm, Plastic
There are a number of aspects to bear in mind when creating signs for a restaurant. First there needs to be a clear sign stating the name of the restaurant and possibly even the type of restaurant. This should be at the front of the building. It can be a good idea to put an image on the sign to give an indication of the type of restaurant or café, for example, a cake on a bakery sign.
It is also important to have opening hours clearly displayed at the front of the building, preferably on the door. In addition, an open and closed sign will be valuable in helping to provide appreciated business information to the customer. The menu is also important. Whether the business is eat-in, takeaway, or even a bakery, guests need to know what is on offer and of course what the prices are.