I had an appeal to restaurateurs here. I don’t know how this information will get to them, but I’ll try 🙂
I used to laugh at those who made up the ratings of the high cost of water in restaurants, but now I’m just shocked by some places (I didn’t put them up in the story). Water should be available to people, it is a necessity for the body. This should not be a source of income. Author’s drinks, rare teas, etc. – yes, but not a simple bottle of water. I can roughly imagine what wholesale purchase prices are now, and a light mark-up from above is ok, but without overkill, comrades. It’s funny that the staggering prices were for completely banal water, not some super expensive exclusive. My suggestion in the menu is to include water of different price categories or offer budget/free simply filtered water.
I am still in favor of the fact that some manipulations on myself were private. For example: combing, correcting makeup, using dental floss, and so on. But today I got to a place (it’s not in the stories either) where there are no doors to the restroom, everything is perfectly visible from the restaurant hall. That is, it is most uncomfortable to be there, and watching others is not too appetizing)))
My suggestion is still to make the restroom more intimate. And ideally, at least do mini sinks in the booths themselves. Because I, as a person with experience wearing braces, can say that in the common room, especially if he brushes his teeth (and this is a necessity), it is very uncomfortable.
And also remove the stinky soap, otherwise eat later, but the smell interferes, and do not put the flavors on spraying every minute so that people do not smell with this composition all day…
In general, I have a million suggestions for improving not only toilets))) But that’s enough for now. This is the most pressing thing I’ve noticed in recent days.
PS The photo is just beautiful and aquatic, like the theme of the post. This is the source of the “Blue Eyes” in Alabnia.