An AngularJS restaurant template is a powerful way to organize and create your own AngularJS applications.

This article will show you how to create your very own Angular Restaurant template.

In this article, we’ll cover:How to create an AngularJS Restaurant template (and add it to your application)How to apply this template to your existing AngularJS applicationCreating a custom menu template for your appCreating a new template for an existing Angular applicationAdding a menu to your Angular applicationCreating an Angular template for a non-Angular applicationUsing a menu for a custom Angular applicationRestaurants are a great way to create user experiences that are user friendly and responsive, but they are not as powerful as Angular templates.

To create an amazing user experience, it is important to understand how to apply the template, so you can customize the template to meet your requirements.

For example, if you want a simple menu to show up at the top of your site, it would be good to have a menu template that looks something like this:


The {{restaurationMenu}} element represents the menu that will be displayed when your site loads.

The {{menu}} element, which is what will appear on your menu, is simply a list of the items you want to show on your site.

A menu is just a list with a few properties:name,url,description, and price.

Here’s an example of a menu using the {{url}} element:

{{item}} The item that will appear when the menu appears is just the name of the item.

You can add any properties that you’d like to the menu by including them in the template itself, but we will only be using the name property in this example.

To add a menu, use the ng-include directive:

Now, you can add a link to the menus menu on the top navigation bar of your website, by using the ng–include directive.

In the example above, you add a button that says “Click here to show restaurantsMenu”, and add a new item on the menu, which will appear at the bottom of the page.

This new menu item is added to the end of the menu item list, and it’s a list item.

Now you can click on the “Add menu item” button to add it on your website.

You should now see the menu items that you added to your site appear in the navigation bar.

You could add more items to your menu items, but I’m going to leave it simple:

  • {{items [name]]
  • Finally, you’re ready to add your restaurant to your page.

    Add a menu item to your ng-view (which is just like ng-in):

    You can use the href=”restagelist” tag in your ng–in directive to redirect the user to a list containing all of the restaurants in your application.

        <!– You can also use the {{item}} element as an ng–click in this case, as it will show the items that have been added to {{}, instead of just the {{name}} item.


      Now when you visit your site with ng–index, you will see the list of restaurants with the name “restauratorsMenu”.

      It’s the list item that you used to add the menu to the application, but now you can see it on the navigation menu, and click on it to add that menu item. <div class