Descriptive Essay On A Columbian Restaurant

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Columbia restaurant

Imagine walking in the door of a lovely restaurant. Inside, the customers see flowers and notice the clean restaurant. The hostess greets the patrons and takes them to be seated. The waitress welcomes them and takes their order. She brings the drinks, salads, and then their meals. She is very polite and really cares to please the patrons. Afterwards, she picks up their empty plates and asks about dessert. The customers are satisfied by the great food. They get their ticket and pay for their meal. On the way out the door, the hostess thanks them and says, "Come again." That 's the perfect restaurant in my opinion. There are a lot types of restaurants in the world and choosing one of the best for everyone is the most difficult one. For me I like Korean food a lot. I like western food a lot. I do not much like western-inspired Korean food. But that 's not really Korean food anyway soo...
I 'm not a master of spicy but I find most supposedly spicy things edible, much to the surprise of most restaurant workers who seem to expect steam to shoot out of my ears. The one thing that 's too spicy on occasion is 닭발. But just depends where you get it. Oh and also I chomped into the wrong kind of pepper one time (thought it was an 오이고추), took the whole thing in one bite. That had me KO-ed over the sink for at least 10 minutes. So yeah I 'm careful with those.
Korean BBQ in all its forms is awesome.
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