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What's given:

Channel: Nutrition
Entries Fieldtype: restaurant
Category Fieldtype : menu

Category: Menu

Channel: Menus that also use relations using restaurant field.

Each item in the nutrition channel has restaurant and menu category selected.

On a restaurant's menu page I'm trying to list menu items from the nutrition channel grouped by categories.

Currently I use the following snippet

            {% for category in craft.categories.group('menu').all() %}
                <h3 id="{{ category.slug }}">{{ category.title }}</h2>
                <ul class="menu-items">
                    {% for entry in craft.entries.section('nutrition').relatedTo(category).orderBy('title').all() %}
                        <li><a href="{{ entry.url }}">{{ entry.title }}</a></li>
                    {% endfor %}
                </ul>
            {% endfor %}

Which works fine. However if I add more nutrition items and assign them to another restaurant they'll be listed as well.

I assume we need to define restaurant first

{% set restaurant = craft.entries.section('restaurant').one() %}

but what are my next steps?

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The next step is that you would need to chain .relatedTo(restaurant) to your existing craft.entries() call

  • What would be the final snippet for this? I have problems to make it work. – Mark H. Mar 16 at 1:04
  • Anonyone please? – Mark H. Mar 17 at 18:11

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