posted on Jul, 12 2016 @ 11:38 AM
a reply to: KyoZero
Worked in restaurants for over a decade.
It's a yes and no.
Yes, the place loves your loyalty and that you enjoy that dish, it's what restaurants want, they want the repeat customers, because then that tells
them they are consistent, and most likely spread the word to at least one of their family, friends etc.
And no, sometimes restaurants want people to be adventurous, change it up a bit, there's a whole menu to choose from.
But, that's only for picky places, and usually only fine dining will complain about that.
If you are a good customer, then no retail of food establishment will think you're weird, or crazy just be pleasant maybe make some small talk and you
will most likely get treated better than the one time a month or year guy.