When it comes to food, Americans have many options today. With so many up and coming restaurants entering the food scene all over the nation, we can be sure to find a great restaurant to fill our bellies and provide us a wonderful dining experience. Sometimes things happen and you are not able to enjoy your fusion meal or fine dinner, and although these circumstances are not ideal, it is always better to be polite and understanding to the staff at the restaurant. Accidents happen and things come up so make sure you are patient with these hard working food and beverage companies before writing them off forever. A good restaurant should always try to fix their mistake instead of giving up. Fixing their mistake should be their number on priority and usually something given for free at this time (and sometimes the next time you dine there, too) will usually bring you back for a second try.
Whether you are dining in a casual fusion restaurant or a five star restaurant, the company's number one goal should be to keep you happy. They order the freshest ingredients for their menu items, they make every drink fresh to order and everyone employed by this company should have a smile on their faces. Smiling faces should greet you at the door and this should put a smile on your face!
When you are the customer in a restaurant, you should always have the right of way when walking. Even when a waiter walks by with a huge tray of food, the waiter should let you walk in front of them. This is an easy thing to do and a great way to make the customer feel like they take precedence over everything else in the entire restaurant. From fancy fusion restaurants to casual diners, this should always be practiced.
Another thing you should notice in your fusion restaurant or fine dining establishment is the smiling faces of the people who work there. No one wants to see grumpy employees who are complaining about their jobs. Happy employees make happy customers! When you are in a great mood at work, it will rub off on other people and happy people are much more forgiving if a mistake is made. Being able to smile when you are having the worst day of your life is not easy, but it is something every food and beverage employee must be able to do!
Lizz Taylor is a freelance writer who specializes in restaurant reviews, fast cars and fine wines. http://www.osorioslatinfusion.com