Picking the best Anaheim Restaurant Part 1

Mar 13 07:47 2012 Paul Marino Print This Article

There are an almost infinite amount of restaurants that a person can eat at. With all of these dining possibilities, you cannot help but as yourself “How do I pick the best Anaheim Restaurant?”

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There are an almost infinite amount of restaurants that a person can eat at. With all of these dining possibilities, you cannot help but as yourself “How do I pick the best Anaheim Restaurant?” In this article, I am going to help you determine the key traits to be aware of while you are out dining so that you will have a better idea of how to rate the restaurant.


In order to provide a comprehensive picture of your experience while dining out, I will go through this process in the order that you would typically experience it. The first element of a restaurant that you will interact with is its exterior. This includes its sign and any street facing storefront and windows. The general public underestimates how important first impressions are for a restaurant. A dining establishment’s exterior can be very telling about what its interior offers. The exterior is particularly reflective of the interior atmosphere and customer demographic. Places that are stylishly understated with a small sign and a basic name are often very trendy and you can expect to find a young and cool crowd there. Do not plan to eat at such a place for a cheap price. Also, you will immediately know if you are walking into a chain if you see a familiar sign and exterior such as the famous red chili pepper that is known to represent the popular franchise. I know that some of you may think I am over estimating the importance of the exterior and on that point we will have to agree to disagree.


Let us move inside of the restaurant to host stand where the customer gets to engage in their first interaction with a member of the staff and observe the interior of the Anaheim Restaurant. I can honestly say that one of the most important parts of starting off an evening right is a proper greeting from the host or hostess. If you walk into happy, smiling and helpful host, you will feel welcome and optimistic about the rest of the service. If the host or hostess is rude, does not smile or is not helpful, you will immediately become resentful towards the whole restaurant and these negative feelings can carry over into the rest of the night, running what may have otherwise been a good time. It is a simply unavoidable fact that the host may be busy with the phone or dealing with another customer when you come in. This does not mean that the service is bad. However, it is necessary that they acknowledge your presence with a smile and perhaps even a gesture to indicate that they will be with you shortly. People are generally very intuitive when it comes to reading body language and if a hostess is acting in cold manner, the customer will immediately feel it.


While you are waiting for the host to get off the phone, why don’t you take a look around the restaurant and try to get a sense of it. The interior is obviously going to play a fairly big role in how you feel about the place even if it is just at a semi conscious level. Tune in for my next entry in this series, where we continue an analysis of the restaurant experience!


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Paul Marino
Paul Marino

Paul Marino has been writing about the restaurant industry for over 20 years. He recommends FiRE and iCE as the best Anaheim Restaurant for a unique and memorable dining experience.

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