So this is where ‘you’re a bad person’ attitude started in this thread… Now where did this come from? This guy or whomever, has never been to our place, and has never met me, but knows everything about us, mmmmm, that’s rediculous!
I haven’t written anything lately anywhere concerning anything but my own business, and now I am getting bashed from competitors and their little possy, but why now? Is it because I did an hour tv show that also advertised Feebie’s? It seems people are writing things about me and Feebie’s, and who knows if they have ever met me or been to our place…?
Doesn’t this make Alleycat’s look bad, when it’s obvious that most who are bashing me are friends or investors of Alleycat’s, when I have said nothing bad about them, ever!!?
Yes, our pizzas are not totally round because they are hand rolled every time! Our dough isn’t frozen, isn’t pre-prepared, it’s always fresh, as with every ingredient in our restaurant. I don’t want our pizzas to be ‘round’, or ‘square’, but when someone orders a 12" pizza, they get bigger. Our pizzas have a whole wheat base, and that’s all we offer for health reasons. I ask everyone I make a pizza for if it’s ok, and the customers I have talked to love it everytime!!
We do need to decorate more, and I will be bringing some more things from Canada to make Feebie’s a better place to visit visually. Again, my wife and I started with borrowed money, and we have come along ways.
Again, I have been in Canada for three weeks, and my wife is running our restaurant herself, with some help. She is doing very well, especially when hospitality is fairly new to her, about 1.5 years.
The thick onion on the burger, note taken, and I mentioned this issue to my wife so it doesn’t happen again.
Being in Canada, I had time to get away from the business, take a step back and evaluate things… My wife and I have been so busy, working 7 days a week, doing absolutely everything for this new business, it’s over whelming, but we love it!! It’s coming to the point where people are interested in franchising, so we’ll see.
An onion cutter, only 15k, right! Thanks for the suggestion, but that’s not in our budget at this time.
We have several regulars, Taiwanese and foreigners, business people, pilots, university students, engineers, birthday parties, we are doing ok and getting busier.
Thank-you for those who have visited our place in Taoyuan city, and for those who assume things from reading things on Forumosa, an assumtion is the mother of all f@*k-ups.
[quote=“bobl”]Carey, I have not had your food, nor have I ever met you. But, I must say that as someone that comes on a website, to promote their food and business, I would likely give your place a miss.
You may be the greatest cook that ever graced Taiwan, I don’t know, but your people skills really bite. Food service is a compound phrase. Notice there are are two words in it, FOOD and SERVICE, you must have both to succeed. One should reference EddieBurrito on this site to get an idea of how to go about. Now I live way too far down south to go there, but I would WANT to go, if not just to meet Jo and Eddie, who come off as some really great people, and who receive nothing but praise from their Mexican food competition.
Thats right, I said their competition praises them… WOW, what a concept.
SOME OF YOUR BEST BUSINESS, and your best recommendations, come from other people in the industry.
Get a clue.[/quote]