Be a waiter – part 2

Oh Life, You are very mischievous.  You are really present on the days when I need you most. Thank YOU.

I am slightly bugged since yesterday because the diwali sale is not going as per planned and I am going to north india (can’t help) till 2nd nov. So first week of sale will be without me if it happens. House is getting renovated and everything is a mess. I get up sneezing and I go to sleep with a headache because of the powder.  In between all this, I got a mail from Mr. Narayanswamy

 

 

I was amazed to get it. I have sent 2 such mails previously. One to Mc D and one to pantaloons. I never got a reply back. Hence i decided to post it on my blog this time. and guess what. I get this mail. The happiness lasted for sometime and I got busy with my work… now out of nowhere I got a call from Mr. Narayanaswamy saying that he is so happy. Everyone writes about him or the food, no one appreciates the waiters and when he read and explained the mail to them, they were very happy. He asked me where I was sitting and what did the waiter look like. Thankfully I remembered the details. He has asked me to come again. I told him that it might take 5-6 yrs as I am not really frequent in that part of town and he said ok and a Thank you filled with loads and loads of love. 😀

Go make someone’s day… You will end up making yours instead.

Please smile… always

4 thoughts on “Be a waiter – part 2

  1. Your remark about waiter is much noteworthy. Habitually everyone praises only the firm/establishment and its owners by giving a amazing interpretation analysis, But your move towards the employees/waiter is highly gratifying and pleasing.

    The real fame and popularity of a restaurant depends upon the waiters, who directly associate with clientele. And their role is much significant and immeasurable in the erectile of a restaurant. They require plenty of praise and feed back for consistent effective improvement and overall better at their jobs.

    Please continue your write-up with the story of employees/staff rather than about the firm and its owners.

    • So Glad! Yes, rightly said! The waiter is the point of contact and the face of the restaurant.
      Hope they keep serving and delighting always!!!

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