Bad Attitude @ East Coast Lagoon Fishball Noodle Stall(No.8)

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Bad Attitude @ East Coast Lagoon Fishball Noodle Stall(No.8)

Post by Ang » Mon, 19 Jul 2004 3:03 pm

Has anyone ever get any scaristic remarks when you ask for another addition spoon at a stall, this is what i encounter when i was at the stall buying fishball noodle, i had this encounter twice. I bought a bowl of fishball noodle and as i am sharing with my gf. i ask for an additional spoon, the response i got from the stall owner was, IF EVERYONE WERE TO BE LIKE YOU, GETTING ADDITIONAL SPOON FROM ME, I WOULDN'T HAVE ANY SPOON FOR MY OTHER CUSTOMERS!!! And it was phrase in a very scarastic way and i saw there are a lot of spoons available. I'm not angry that i am not getting an additional spooin but the stall owner can tell me that he don't give additional spoon and not give me this kind of scarastic remarks. Is this the kind of service/attitude that singapore hawker stalls are providing? I believe it's not, i have been to so many hawker stalls, there hasn't been a case like this. But just because of a stall like this in East Coast Park, it would have cast a bad impression on hawker stalls in singapore. Anyone who have the same encounter, please feel free to comments.

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Post by jpatokal » Mon, 19 Jul 2004 6:29 pm

You're paying $2-3 for your bowl of noodles, what do you expect? If you don't like the attitude, don't patronize the stall -- there are plenty of alternatives...

(And FWIW, I don't think the stall owner was being sarcastic by any normal definition of the word...)

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