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Restaurant Experience

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I recommended this restaurant because I am a vegetarian and I’ve always wanted to go eat there ever since I saw it featured in the Student Handbook. My expectations were way too high and I was very disappointed. I thought it would be a sit down restaurant, but it turned out to be a walk-in buffet.  I typically like buffets because of the fact you can eat as much as you want for a set price. However, for this restaurant, it was very confusing– you pay $2.00 for every 100grams. It’s a very complicated process and you are basically left to guess since there are no scale or portion sizes available for you to figure out how much you are putting on your plate. I ended up paying around $12 bucks after I received a discount of 15% (the discount was my favourite part, along with some of the salads!). The warm food that I put on my plate didn’t end up being warm at all and I wasn’t satisfied with my meal at all.

We noticed some funny things around the restaurant. 1) The paintings on the walls were on sale. 2)The door clearly said EXIT but you couldn’t exit! 3)Mosquito repellent was placed right by our table– it could’ve fallen on our head!

If I was in charge of that restaurant, I would definitely have quality food and pay special attention to keeping food warm at all times. I would also have a few signs to where the water is, in general making the restaurant easy to navigate around! Most importantly, I would get rid of the complicated pricing system they have. It should follow a similar system to RichTree or introduce a set price for the buffet which would be convenient for new comers.


Written by navsahota

February 6, 2011 at 10:30 pm

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  1. “it could’ve fallen on our head!” — lol what if it opened into our food as well?

    Totally agree with you on your choice to change the pricing, not reasonable at all.. unless you are rich and not budgeting.

    Evin Lachance

    February 9, 2011 at 8:36 am

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