quality versus price confused

Asked by Matej

I really struggle with the definition of "low", "average", and "high" price. Does it mean that this is an non-/average-/expensive restaurant generally (which doesn't seem to be me to be that valuable information in the first place)? Or is it some kind of evaluation of the value/price ratio (meaning that the restaurant is too expensive considering its food/service)? It seems to me that you are trying to squeeze to one variable two different values and it doesn't seem to look right to me.

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costales (costales) said :
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Hi Matej!
It's the price for your personal perception from the around restaurants, in
resume: non-/average-/expensive restaurant generally. You must rate only
your favorite places, then, the value/price ratio has to be always the
best, but with different budget :)
Cheers! :)

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