Wednesday, 24 February 2010


How much would you have paid for a main course like this??
I was out last night, and suddenly thought that food prices probably vary quite a lot depending on where you live.
From the place: "Matmagasinet." Nice and tasty food!:-)

(The day after: I paid 198 Kroner for the food. (No drinks in that price.)
That is approx. 33,5 US dollars, or 25 Euros or 22 English pounds.)

12 comments:

Jacob said...

Well, your's is the second post that has made me very hungry today! Sure doth look good!

JM said...

In Portugal restaurants are less expensive in the north and if you go south in summer time be ready to pay a lot, but it also depends on the restaurant you choose, of course.

gogouci said...

Looks delicious.

Chuck Pefley said...

Without knowing what this dish is, I can't say.

I can say, however, that dining out is expensive in general, and certainly more so is some places and less in others. Looks tasty!

VP said...

I don't know, but it made me hungry! Restaurant are quite expensive here but you can still eat something good at less if you choose a place off the beaten track.

Grace said...

Hi Gunn,

I don't know! What is that? But it looks delicious.

Renee said...

$16.99 plus tax and tip.

Rob and Mandy said...

Can't make my mind either about what it is. You can eat here quite well for 8 or 9 euros. We rarely spend more than 30 euros for 2 people, and we do like our good restaurants. Just avoid the tourist hotspots

Three Rivers, Michigan said...

It is nicely presented and looks like a large portion. At a nice restaurant, maybe around $15-20 US.
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paul said...

I always enjoy food pictures, this one looks very appetising. Bon appetit!

Clueless in Boston said...

I would guess about $20-$50 at a nice place in Boston.

Leif Hagen said...

An main course like that in a restaurant in Eagan would be about $23 I guess! But I couldn't get any aquavit with it in any place here ....