With the announcement of a surcharge when children cry, Angie’s Oyster Bar and Grill restaurant has received mixed reviews from diners.
Angie’s Oyster Bar and Grill, a large restaurant located on Outram Street, Singapore, said that since this “fine-paying” rule was introduced, there have been fewer complaints about children causing trouble and disorder. themselves in the restaurant affect other diners.
Parents who come to dine at this restaurant seem to be more conscious in managing their children, partly because they do not want to pay real fines.
Nearly a year ago, Angie’s Oyster Bar and Grill announced that any parents who let children cry and cause disorder in the restaurant will be fined 10 SGD each time – equivalent to about 160,000 VND.
The restaurant representative said:
“We have a business model as a family restaurant, a lot of parents bring their children here to dine, the number of children is large, so complaints about disorder are equally numerous.”
It is known that the majority of customers have understood and respected this regulation, they are more conscious in managing their children.
“Of course, all diners want to have the best space to enjoy meals with their families, which means they are also responsible for keeping order for others.”
However, some parents disagree with this new rule of the restaurant.
One diner shared, when booking a table online, she suddenly found herself being informed that there might be additional fees if you bring young children, especially when they start to fuss and cause trouble in the house. row.
This customer said:
“First time I hear about this kind of extra fee, it’s like a penalty. I know the bad kids will annoy everyone around, but the restaurant can find ways to be more friendly and polite.”
When she asked the restaurant about the new rule, she received a blunt answer:
“We are not a kid-friendly restaurant.”
Before this answer, the other guest said he was quite disappointed and did not intend to come back again.
Keeping its point of view, Angie’s restaurant said:
“We do not accept children’s harassment affecting others, which is also dangerous for the children themselves because the waiter often brings hot food or sharp cutlery, maybe they can What if you bump into them?”
Ultimately, the restaurant says its goal is still to provide the best experience for diners.
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