What do you think about eating at the mall? There are shopping malls that make food as part of its packages and there are eateries that are not malls, just for eating. Where is your preference?
For sure, there is a specialization that comes with eateries that do food-only and a mall that also has a food session. What is the way to go when hungry? Eat at a mall or eat at an eatery.
Some people say eating in an eatery is better than eating at a mall except if there are food vendors of repute like Kilimanjaro.
There are factors to consider when trying to choose if to buy from a mall or an eatery
Proximity – Time is a luxury not many persons have, the earlier the better is a slogan. Food tastes great, driving miles just to get a great tasting food should be done less frequently, however, if you have an equally good drive-in option closer to you, it is better to use them. A friend just moved close to SAVEMORE MARKETPLACE supermarket Owerri, before now she buys food from a vendor close to her house miles away. When she moved to Oji area, she was torn between buying food at the mall or buying from her usual spot. Considering proximity she takes the closer option. Gladly, she says their food is way better than her previous option and she is glad she gave them a try. Her favorite is rice and chicken sauce.
Quality of Food – Buildings do not constitute food, good food somethings are not made in the most luxurious places. What constitutes food is its quality by this we mean, hygienical preparation, taste, packaging and serving, accompaniments of the food. Judging between foods bought at the mall and those bought at the eatery should be based on how it tastes. A mall could have an experienced chef while a full-blown eatery might still be juggling between inconsistent recipes. It is about who gets it right for you. Like my friend’s case above, she realized her chicken sauce from save more marketplace had more meat, more vegetables and had hot dogs as opposed to the previous eatery she buys from. Quality of food should be considered when making a choice of where to eat. Convenience is also an accompanying factor summed up in quality. How spacious, secluded, and serene, accommodating, available are their eat-in options if you do not want to take out? The mall most times tends to have less space than the eatery, that could be a judging factor too.
Price – The myth is that quality comes with higher pricing, that is hardly the case, there are businesses that offer more for less price. This is to say, to make a pick in this case you might have to consider the funds you have budgeted for this. If they match any of the options, then you pick which suits you. For our friend who chose SAVEMORE MARKETPLACE, she agrees that the pricing is almost the same as that of the eatery! Making SAVEMORE’s Delicacy a perfect choice for her. If you are in Owerri, try eating at Savemore kitchen and drop your opinion on their food in our mail.