A good restaurant has several important qualities.
For one thing, the interior should be beautiful. When the interior is dirty, the dish is not delicious...And here the Interior is just a Picasso picturesque.
Food should be . . .
Good. Not every item will appeal to all tastes, but enough choices so there's an appealing selection to choose from on future visits.
Consistent. Each dish should taste nearly the same each time it's ordered. If the item changes each time, diners won't be able to determine if the dish will be to their liking, and won't return.
At the proper temperature. Soup should be hot, not lukewarm (which might indicate a food safety problem); bread should be at least room temperature (if not warmed), and butter should not be served in the bread basket (which cools the bread and melts the butter).
HENCE, THIS "NATION" IA ALWAYS A HATS OFF IN THESE REGARD
Service should be . . .
Pleasant. Diners should be acknowledged soon after entering, and informed as to seating wait, etc. They should feel welcome, and greeted upon a return visit without being overdone. Diners who have returned after a long absence should not be questioned why they've not been there recently....Which can be seen in this place
Decor should be . . .
Appropriate to the type of restaurant. Regardless of cuisine, there shouldn't be anything inappropriate. If the location previously had another name, it shouldn't appear anywhere.
Comfortable. The thermostat should be set for the patron's comfort, not the workers. It should be neither too warm or too cold. Seating should be comfortable, neither too firm or too soft...and thus Decor is perfectly maintained. with a occasional musical performance at weekends that grooves up to the occasion.
People usually go there for the bunch of Barbeques, as the name stands for, however, they also have a local drink called 'Bloody Mary' that I suggest you try (as well as a few more As I dont exactly remember the Names), although be careful as they are generous with the measures :) I thought it might get a bit dull eating at the hotel, but in fact it ended up being the thing I looked forward to most every day. I would also recommend the local Kulfis' - if you don't eat all and just save the throat until the next day for you...Gracias
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