Friday, April 01, 2011
Refrain From Taking More Than You Can Eat
Just because you get to take all the food you want after paying a one-time fee, this does not mean take a slew of food and throw away if you change your mind about eating it. It shows better etiquette to take small portions, especially when trying new foods, and then eating what is on your plate before getting more. Taking small portions allows customers to try different items, determine their likes, and only discard small amounts of food should they not like something.
Dining at buffets is great for omnivores and vegetarians alike since food bars always have lots of variety in food items they offer. When patrons exercise dining etiquette and teach children to do the same dining can only be more pleasant at all-you-can-eats.
I promise to all who come to my buffet that the food will be there...
BUT like this message says DON'T over do it!!