The Consumer Price Index increased 8.3% for the year ending in April, a slight dip from the prior month’s 40-year-high, though restaurant menu prices continued to climb, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) said this week.

The index for food overall increased 0.9% in April, down slightly from 1% in March, ending the 12-month period up 9.4%. April marked the 17th consecutive monthly increase for food prices, the BLS said.