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As noted by Search Engine Land, Google is apparently toying with the idea of displaying menus for restaurants in search results. The menu items and prices are reportedly being served by the GrubHub-powered AllMenus.com. Because AllMenus only supports a limited number of cities right now, it’s not likely most users will find relevant information yet.

Google hasn’t officially announced any plans to integrate menus into search results, though the company is always looking for new data to add to its Knowledge Graph.

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