Friday, May 25, 2007

Thai Time

We ended up at Thai Time restaurant in El Cajon last night because when we drove up to one of our favorite sushi places they had gone out of business. Here we got this appetizer with fish patties, spring rolls, satay chicken, and wonton wrapped shrimp for $8.95. This was our first time at Thai Time and one of the best things was the service. (Really good curry too.) Of course, my first preference is a great meal with great service, but I would rather have a good meal with great service versus a great meal with bad service. What is more important to you?


Blogger Kate said...

Looks like a wonderful food beginning for the Memorial Day week-end. Great photo. Food is always first preference. Of course, good service is what also keeps patrons returning, but food is supreme, especially ethnic food.

Fri May 25, 11:32:00 AM PDT  
Blogger Beetle said...

Even the recipe was standard one (fried Up) but food always look tempting...I prefer good food with good service

Sat May 26, 05:15:00 AM PDT  
Blogger expat said...

> What is more important to you?

Very hard to say. The food comes first, but I can't put up with ignorant waiters or extremely slow kitchens (unless accompanied by profuse apologies and oenological compensation!). I don't need advice on wine or on what-goes-with-what, not *that* kind of service.

We were at Kous-kous bistro again last night, and were treated EXTREMELY well.

Sat May 26, 09:28:00 AM PDT  
Anonymous kris said...

this is something i would order!

meal vs. service? well, if i'M going to a street vendor, all i need is good food. When paying for service charge, i'd expect the servive to be up to par

Sun May 27, 02:16:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Kala said...

LOL! ur post always makes me smile - and makes me salivate - I prefer tahi over sushi and I prefer a great meal with great service over a great meal with bad service but I ultimately love great meal with great company!

Sun May 27, 06:49:00 PM PDT  

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