One wet afternoon she decided to have lunch at this place.
Just as we reached there, it started raining heavily.
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.From outside this place is beautifully decorated but lack of enough parking spaces is a major disadvantage.The food is excellent but slow service kills the excitement of visiting this place.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.She demanded that since the woman who got the food first had not started eating, the food should be brought to her table. 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.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.