Peak Thai already had takeaway and dine in menus. They work, so why fix what isn’t broken? They did, however, have some alterations they needed. Adding and removing dishes and updating details. This mean taking the files into Indesign and altering. Make sure they are all print ready and send off to the printers.
I consulted one of my trusted trade printers for the best possible product for the internal pages of the dine-in menu. My client was concerned the original prints wore out too fast. So we went for a sturdier stock, high-quality cello glaze to protect the print and scoring along where the page bends. This will ensure no cracking and menus can be wiped over removing any fingerprints.