Chinese Restaurant Essays

  • Personal Narrative: My Job as a Waitress in a Chinese Restaurant

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    The most significant job that I have held in the past was being a waitress in an Chinese restaurant. In the middle of June, I saw they were looking for bus waitress, since I was looking for a job so I asked Ms Ling - the gaffer of the waiters and waitress - to hold the position for me until after my graduation. And a week later as expected I became a?waitress?in the A Hong Hong kong & Vietnamese restaurant. As a waitress, I worked there part-time. My basic salary was $10 a day plus tips. Tips

  • Analyzing Social Class and Humanity in Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot and Seinfeld

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    valuable-both pedagogically and theoretically-to ask broad questions about the aesthetic, narrative, and ideological exchanges between the history of theatre and contemporary film and television. For example, this paper will study how the "Chinese Restaurant" episode of the sitcom, Seinfeld, intertextually reworks Samuel Beckett's modernist play, Waiting for Godot. In each text, characters encounter an existential plight as they are forced to wait interminably, and thus confront their powerlessness

  • Freaky Friday

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    stressful situations. Anna is a rebellious rocker who plays guitar in a garage band and would rather flirt with older boys than listen to her uptight mother. One night, while the warring mother and daughter are at a Chinese restaurant, their fighting is overheard by an elderly Chinese grandmother who curses a fortune cookie, so that the angry mother and daughter will wake up the next morning in each other's bodies. Due to accepting and ingesting the fortune cookie, both Tess and Anna are there by

  • Soul Food Essay

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    outlets and in return has had a positive impact on their culture. In “The Chitlin Circuit: The Origins and Meanings of Soul and Soul Food” by Opie. The author emphasizes on how a restaurant that sold chitlin and soul food transformed into a place where African American artist can go and perform for their fans. This restaurant transformed the ways in which food can be utilized to gather people and showcase talent. The food was a way to bring people

  • Yummy Food at P.F. Changs and Pei Wei Chinese Resturants

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    After eating at two different Chinese restaurant with the same delicious mouth watering food, I have came to realize that there are many contributing factors that makes each of these restaurants different in their own ways. In determining which restaurant is the best for you, there are some major factors that can alter your decision as we take into consideration the pros and cons of each based on your personal necessity. Many people who eat out would really consider things such as if the food tastes

  • Japanese Food In The Japanese Culture

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    sophisticated and complex because it has become a major symbolic substitute for the cultures it is supposed to represent. ‘The Significant ‘Other’” (250). Past few years, food from the different culture and ethnicity became the symbol of their culture. The restaurant owners started to open their business with the food from different cultures, and people are able to get their hands easily on not only the food, but have second hand experience through the cultural food. I chose this activity over the others because

  • Personal Narrative: The Noodle

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    the past three years, I haven’t go to many restaurants. I’m not the person who really enjoy dining in the restaurant, I usually take out the food or just eat at home. I believe eat at home is more healthy and more preiswert, and I don’t really like loud environment. But for this time, my experience at The Noodle was completely changed my mind. The restaurant I went to was called The Noodle, it is a Vietnamese restaurant. The location of this restaurant is at 2336 South Wentworth Ave, in the Chinatown

  • Impact Of Popular Culture On Fast Food

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    It is first important to establish what is meant by culture. Culture is constantly changing and it is not something static that is inherited from parents in the same way that hair or eye colour is and Watson points out the growth of ‘third cultures’, heavily linked with popular culture, where things are no longer associated with a particular country but stretch beyond their place of origin . These cultures along with the traditional Asian cultures influence the consumption of fast food.

  • Ethiopia Research Paper

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    An Excursion to Ethiopia without Leaving Cary When I saw an invitation to go for a Restaurant Review at Awaze’s from Karen, the Cary Park Magazine publisher, many images from one episode I watched on TV a week ago jumped across my mind. It was Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown—Ethiopia. And now I could go with Karen and a small group of people for a review at the only Ethiopian restaurant in Cary. I started to believe, for the first time, that synchronicity is real and truly wonderful. We all arrived

  • Food Industry Analysis Essay

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    industry is a complex and global collective of diverse businesses. They supplied most of the food consumed by the world population. It is definitely a huge competition among the suppliers in their respective market. In this research, we selected Chinese cuisine as our market. To narrow down the selection available, we focused on chicken rice shop as it is much familiar to each and every one of us. Although it is a common food in our country, even some place in overseas, the competition within this

  • Restaurant Menu Design

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    With our growing obsession of food culture, and an estimate of 16 million restaurants worldwide, there is one neglected element that has been right in front of us all this time: the menu. When it comes to profits, the menu is not only important; it is everything in a successful restaurant brand identity. Research has found that a customer only takes an average of 109 seconds reading a menu. This is the time limit one has to impress and sell. This essay will outline different ways and means on how

  • Vietnamese Restaurant Observation

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    assignment, I decided to go to a nearby Vietnamese restaurant for the first time in my nineteen years of existence. I have never tried Vietnamese food before so it seemed like a good idea at the time because I was hungry and I wanted to try something new. When I walked in, I was greeted by a nice lade possibly in her 40s that seemed like she was from Vietnam. She was very short I would guess four feet nine inches. When I asked her if I could observe the restaurant she told me to ask the manager so I did. He

  • food

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    South San Francisco, East Palo Alto, East Bay cities Oakland, concord and etc. According to the 2010 census, Hispanic is 15.1% of the total population in San Francisco. And the largest group will be in Mission District, there are a lot of Spanish restaurants on Mission Street. Moreover, sometimes they will close couple blocks on Mission Street for people to celebrate their big day, such as New Year. They always welcome all other people in different races to join their big group.

  • Essay On Wait Time

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    • How long do you typically wait to have your order taken once seated? The wait times totally depends on how busy the restaurant is. The weekends are usually very busy so we have to wait longer compared to the weekdays. The good thing about this restaurant is that they take drinks order right away. • Does your server usually introduce him/herself? Yes, the server mostly introduces him/herself. Servers are very humble and friendly. They will have a chat with you. • Does your server usually tell you

  • The Atlantis Resort

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    The Atlantis Resort is a wonderful, exotic place to visit for the young and old to have a magnificent vacation. From exploring the beautiful marine habitat, relaxing on the beach, riding high speed water slides, to dining at the most intriguing restaurants offered, Atlantis is a one of a kind experience. Works Cited "Accommodations." Atlantis. Web. 7 Feb. 2011. . "Dining." Atlantis. Web. 7 Feb. 2011. . "Things To Do." Atlantis. Web. 7 Feb. 2011. .

  • Descriptive Essay On Bayside

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    with a bountiful amount of restaurants with substantial views of the city and the ocean. However one restaurant stands out the most. Towards the end of Bayside there is a restaurant with a dance floor where people can view you from a glass wall. Here all types of people can interact and socialize together. It's fascinating when people can come together as one and just have a wonderful time.

  • Dining Delights in Ocean City: A Personal Review

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    Ocean City offers a wide variety of dining choices. My favorite restaurant is the Marina Deck located at 306 Dorchester Street. Try their cream of crab soup for a taste of true Maryland cuisine, or select from any of their seafood dishes, everything is very good. As with any restaurant, house specialties are always the best so don't go to a seafood restaurant expecting great ribs. Marina Deck is a must visit while in Ocean City. If you're in the mood for ribs or beef I would suggest Nick's Original

  • The Impact of Eating Behaviors on our Health

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    involved lots of rice with peas, chicken, jerked pork, etc. However, I remember that my parents would take my brothers and I out to restaurants a few times a year as a treat. Our favourite place was a specific Chinese restaurant in a tourist area nearby our house. The food was prepared by Chinese workers and we got to experience what we believed was authentic Chinese cuisine. Another place in which we would enjoy was KFC. KFC represented an exotic 'Other' which allowed us to experience a different

  • Research Methodology: Tourism, Hospitality, And Marketing Online

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    eating habits benefit the restaurants in Jamaica, and determine if Jamaican cuisines are being effectively marketed online” By Faithlyn Murray-Hinds 01T247 in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Science In Tourism, Hospitality, & Entertainment Management Excelsior Community College Research Methodology (RMTD3401) Introduction: In this study the researcher seeks to find out how tourists eating habits benefits the restaurant in Jamaica and if the meals

  • Takeaways Case Study

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    value of $2 billion 400 million” (British Chinese newspaper). “The takeaway service platform Deliveroo2016 revenue reached 130 million pounds. This figure comes from the internal information shared by Deliveroo and investors, which also shows that the company's revenue this year will increase by more than 1000% compared with 2015” (British Daily Telegraph). The appearance of online ordering platform means that people will no longer need to remember the restaurant phone number, and people can order in