The story of why some things shouldn't be digitised.
Same set of questions ^
Is there data to support that digital menus are "causing lower average bill amount per table", or is that just a hypothesis? Moreover, even if this is the case, is it necessarily translating into a lower bottom-line for businesses? I'm thinking savings in wages, quicker TAT, and reduced scope for human error. Thoughts?
Besides, it looks like you're conflating digital menu applications (like dotPe, etc.) with QR codes that are basically a Google Drive link for a PDF. The latter is terrible, but the former isn't too bad--much better than a static physical menu, for sure.