Dining and Fast Food

There are many types of restaurants an individual can go to, but two of them are mainstream, fast-food and dining. These two restaurants have been shown in movies, television, talked about on radios, and of course, visited. Although these two restaurant types have been displayed the same way in media, the experience in the restaurants is drastically different from one another. Fast-food and dining have different convenience, company, and speed. The purpose in both returns is to eat, but the way it is done, varies between the restaurants.

First of all, the convince of the restaurants are different. In dining restaurants, convenience comes from luxury, formality, and manners. One, the restaurant is luxurious because of the cushioned seats and relaxing music. The seat will make them feel cozy, and the music will put them in a relaxed mood. Two, the customers are expected to eat properly to avoid getting the table messy. Everyone in the restaurant will be likely to give used five different utensils. Third, customers are required to speak at a civilized voice level. This promotes peace and quiet, so the customers can enjoy intellectual conversations. On the other hand, fast food restaurants have other conveniences. Fast food restaurants are quick, the food is easy to eat, and people don’t have to be formal. First, the food is given to the customer quickly, so ordering a meal is like buying a candy bar from a gas station, quick an efficient. Second, the food is easy to eat. Since the food was mad to be eaten in a rush, steak knives and forks aren’t always required to enjoy the feast. Third, the customers aren’t required to be formal in fast pod restaurants. Customers can come in and talk casually with their buddies without having to worry about talking correctly and using proper grammar. Fast-food and dining restaurants have different consciences that benefit a formal or casual customer.

Also, fast-food and dining restaurants have different company. Dining restaurants have people who dress formally, people who want to have lengthy discussions, and waiters that obey every command. First, people dress formally in dining restaurants. People don’t have to worry about someone wearing a shirt with a message on it, or a teenager trying to show off and wearing their pant low. Two, people start lengthy discussions at dining restaurants. People can come to dining experience and expect a full conversation with nice meals. Third, waiters obey the customers every demand. The waiter is required to give the customer a great experience, so the waiter makes sure everything is alright and consistently ask the customers what they need. On the other hand, in fast food restaurants people dress informally, people speak quickly, and the cashier doesn’t hold conversations. One people can wear whatever they want in fast food restaurants. They can express themselves as much as they want to. Two, people still might engage in a conversation, but it is as serious as in a dining restaurant. People just want to eat and get out. Three, the cashier is polite but quick. They are less likely to engage in a lengthy conversation, and the cashier isn’t allowed to leave the counter, so the customers experience is more self-service than the dining. The experience of the dining restaurant has the customer being served, with other people that behave. In fast food, the experiences are self-service with people being more casual.

Thirdly, the speed at which the food is made is different. Fast food makes food quickly and dining makes food slowly. First, fast food comes quickly. A hungry customer won’t have to endure painful hunger because of the speed at which the of the food is made. A hungry customer may not want to wait for anything, so they go to a fast food restaurant. On the other hand dining service is slow. The customer is left waiting, but this builds anticipation. For example first the customer received a drink and a menu. The drink prepares the body for consuming, and the menu makes the viewer hungrier with delicious images. So then, they eat their bread, temporally satisfying them, the main meal, which fills them, and finally the dessert, which gives them the energy to eat more. This entire ordeal put the consumer through a rewarding adventure getting their food. There are perks from both waiting and not waiting. The customer gets immediate satisfaction from getting their food, and on the other hand, the customer gets food after a great adventure.

Lastly, there are various differences between fast food and dining restaurants. First, the convenience of the restaurants is casual and formal. First, fast food restaurants provide a casual experience. The people that go into a fast-food restaurant just want to relax. They are the people who don’t care about anything; they only care about getting their food. On the other hand, dining restaurants provide a formal experience for people wanting to eat in luxury. Certain noise volumes can’t be raised, and second, the people in dining restaurants show a sophisticated and well-dressed crowd. The dining crowd typically eats very sophistically, and dresses in suits and formal attire. From the opposite side, fast food restaurants have customers that eat the way they want to, and they dress in common duds. In formal restaurants there will be people if status, in fast food spot there will be people who want to relax. Third, the speed of the restaurant is different. The fast food restaurants use speed, so that the customers are satiated immediately. In other ways, the dining restaurant uses slowness to build anticipation. One restaurant uses speed to satisfy the customer’s anxiousness, and the other one uses speed to build anxiousness. The restaurants vary in ways to gain the customers attention, but both of them aim to make the consumer happy after eating the meal.

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