Re: Service with poor attitude


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Posted by j. james on May 16, 1999 at 22:07:50:

In Reply to: Service with poor attitude posted by Anthony Bishop on April 03, 1999 at 15:48:51:

: There are many waiters who act like they are the culinary counterpart to fashion's super models. Generous, precise, warm, decent, clean service can make or break a meal - food can be a decent second in how a restaurant rates.

: Partaking in food should be intimate and energizing not hurried, harried, and draining.


WELL, ANTHONY... I DON'T KNOW WHERE YA' DINE BUT IF YOU HAVEN'T NOTICED MEGA-CONGLOMORATE NATIONAL COMPANIES REALLY COULD CARE LESS ABOUT "INTIMACY" AND "ENERGIZING" AND THEY REALLY DON'T WANT TO "PARTAKE" IN ANYTHING EXCEPT YOUR WALLET!!! WITH QUANTITY ON THEIR MINDS QUALITY HAS GONE OUT THE WINDOW!!! SO GIVE THOSE SERVERS A BREAK WILL YA'...



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