Comparison and contrast of two restaurants
The two restaurants that I would be comparing and contrasting are in opposite directions from 3221 Enterprise Way, Miramar, FL 33025. Restaurant A is fifteen minutes drive from the school and is situated on the way of going to my home. It is situated in a busy market area. Whereas restaurant B is around twenty-five minutes drive from the school and is situated in a place, away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
The ambience of the both the places is as contrasting as the locations and surroundings in which they are located. Restaurant A is very elegantly designed and has glass table tops and bright colored chairs. It has an elaborate menu, which consists of mostly continental dishes. The waiters of this restaurant are very well behaved but since this place is occupied with lots of customers, they are always rushing from one table to another. Due to this restaurant’s popularity and large customer base, there is a great time gap between placing the order and food delivery on the table. If one is alone, then there are chances of getting bored while waiting for food. From outside this place is beautifully decorated but lack of enough parking
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However this place is also a great time pass because at any given time one gets an opportunity to observe different kinds of people. Once my friend and I visited this restaurant in the busy afternoon hours. We were very hungry and it would have been difficult to pass our time, waiting for the food to arrive. But one incident engrossed our attention so much that the twenty minutes of wait did not seem much to us. Two middle-aged women, sitting on different tables had ordered the same thing. The waiter got confused as to which woman had placed the order first. In this confusion he brought the food to the woman who had placed the order after the other one. Looking at this the other woman started to scold the waiter. The waiter tried to politely beg his pardon for the mistake he had committed. The woman did not want to let away the matter so easily. She demanded that since the woman who got the food first had not started eating, the food should be brought to her table. That woman did not want this to happen. Both of them started quarrelling with each other, much to the amusement of other customers. The two of us enjoyed this incident very much and had nearly forgotten about our hunger amongst so much of commotion.
Though it takes more time to reach Restaurant B than Restaurant A, quick service of this place, makes up for more time wasted on travelling when compared to time taken to reach restaurant A. I generally visit these restaurants after school, so the days on which I visit restaurant B, means covering double distance to reach home. Since restaurant B specializes in my favorite cuisine – Chinese, travelling double distance is worth it. The charge of both the places for a fulfilling meal is nearly equal.
The serene and calm atmosphere of the place with lots of greenery around makes it an enjoyable experience. This restaurant is not as big as restaurant A but lends a very cozy feeling. All the doors and windows are of transparent glass so one feels as if one I sitting in a garden and having food. The inside and outside of the restaurant is not as beautifully designed as restaurant A, but lots of indoor plants inside the restaurant lends a glamorous touch. The Chinese style furniture and wall hangings add to the glamour and theme of the restaurant. Since it is not located in a busy area it does not have so much of footfall, therefore one can expect food within minutes of ordering it. There are no waiters. One has to pay money in the cash counter and collect coupons and then pass it on to the person sitting near the kitchen. When the food comes the person calls the table number and one has to go and bring the food from the food counter himself. The speciality of this restaurant is a large variety of mouth watering and authentic Chinese soups. I often visit this restaurant for its soups and other Chinese delicacies, which are equally good.
I had been telling my mother about this restaurant since a very long time. One wet afternoon she decided to have lunch at this place. Just as we reached there, it started raining heavily. It was an amazing experience of watching the trees and bushes all around getting washed in rain while we relished hot soup and Choupsuey. All the visits to this restaurant after that day make me remember the wonderful experience of having lunch in that rainy afternoon.
The restaurant of my choice is restaurant B because everything about this place is unique. It is not difficult to find restaurants like restaurant A, but according to me there is no suitable substitute of restaurant B. The food, the ambience, the quick service and plenty of parking spaces, makes this place my first choice. If one wants to combine shopping and eating out on a single day then restaurant A would be an ideal choice but if you are really hungry and want to pamper yourself with good food then heading to restaurant B, would be the right thing to do. If at school, I feel hungry then restaurant B is my first choice. Everything about it is good but the best part is its food. Vogel observed, “Much like beauty is in the eye of the beholder, quality is in the definition of the taster.” (para.12) I completely agree with him.
Vogel, M.R. (2007). Food For Thought. Retrieved Sept. 7, 2007 from http://www.foodreference.com/html/quality-quality.html