I would offer all kinds of healthy food options. We would use REAL stevia, not the processed stuff they're now selling. We would serve organic foods and NEVER use MSG or hydrolyzed anything. We would offer raw foods as well and if done right, these kind of things do taste wonderful!
A single order of satisfaction with a cup of compassion. Nobody eats crow in my joint.
all the foods I like.....<br />
Buffet style.... brunch items - seafood items (something new everyday). biscuits, gravy, eggs, pancakes, waffles, fruit toppings, best coffee in world, juices, tea, roast beef, turkey (cut to choice right in front of patrons, minosas, blood mary's. <br />
would invite all EP folks to a buy one/get one free event. <br />
- let them go somewhere else for dinner.
comfort foods - casseroles, stews, mac and cheese, barbecued messy things... and sweet potato wedges!
Catfish breaded with meal! FRESH turnip greens, green beans, cooked carrots. Sweet potatoes in many ways: served as a baked-(sweet) potato with butter, sweet-potato pie, sliced and baked. <br />
Cornbread! with or without cheese, with our without jalapenos, with or without whole kernel corn, or with or without all of the above. Corn fritters! <br />
Granny's dinner rolls (a recipe that has been in my family for at least 150 years). <br />
Country-fried chicken. Country-fried CHICKEN LIVERS! <br />
Basically, old-school, down-home, country comfort foods so good that it will make you want to slap your mama.
"All kinds of everything that reminds me of you".....drat another song however the food would be good... :-)
To me a restaurant dining experience is more than just food. <br />
If I opened a restaurant it would be a nice "sit down" restaurant (which you can have the food to go, but that wouldn't be the main focus) . <br />
The dining area its self would have to have a nice decor with colors, decorations, etc that compliment each other with proper lighting (as to set a certain mood). And it would have to be clean and well maintained with proper dining room temperature for the customers. <br />
I would serve quality, homecooked foods that is presentably plated and tastes good. None of the processed junk, no canned veggies, etc. All fresh ingredients that are perferably organically and locally grown whenever possible. <br />
And importantly too is having qualified, customer friendly staff (without that it doesn't matter what is on the menu customers will not eat there if staff is not up to a certain standard). <br />
As far as menu items I would have some choices and variety (but not overwhelmingly so) between traditional homecooked foods (such as meatloaf, liver, speghetti, chicken and biscuits, etc.) with a slight unique twist in flavor and presentation. And somewhat gourmet homecooked foods (such as you may see in gourmet magazines, etc.)
If I opened up a restaurant, I would serve Man.
All things cupcake :)
buffet style, all finger foods, hors d'oeuvres, fun foods. a lot of those you'd like to try at least once type foods.
Breakfast. My husband and I have been discussing it as something we may do someday after the kids grow up and are out of the house.
Italian food .... very comforting.
It would have to be fresh home cooked foods. Something you mom would have made when you were growing up....
foods that are conforting,i have heard that there are certain foods that soothes you,there is a sayin that i believe it saids food for the soul well i believe that ,hey i quess i'll open up a spot and call it "food for tha soul", cool
Spam and chips<br />
Spam and sausage<br />
Spam and egg<br />
Spam and Spam<br />
Spam eggs chips and Spam<br />
Spam, Spam, Spam.........
real hamburgers cooked on cast iron skillet and real french fries drippin in grease
What the customer wants.
Idk. probably a mixture of everything. Bar type setting though.