You could use any, depending upon what you want to say. If you use "in" you are probably talking about your feelings. If you use "to" you are talking about the restaurant's perspective (what the restaurant owners or staff think is most important). If you use "for" it could be either you or the restaurant's viewpoint.
The words "in" and "for" are probably interchangeable. The word "to" is more specific, in this case and really only would be used when talking about the restaurant owners or staff.