Câu trả lời mẫu cho câu hỏi: What kind of things do you think can make a cafe or restaurant’s environment better?
In my opinion, creating an ideal atmosphere for customers requires focusing on at least four key factors: lighting, layout and fixtures, music, and, of course, human interaction. The most important thing is, undoubtedly, lighting as it’s probably the very first thing that a customer notices when they walk through the door. What’s more, lighting naturally has the power to completely change the mood of any space. For example, using darker lighting can create a cozy environment, whereas using brighter lighting can create a more energetic atmosphere. Also, lighting in a restaurant should strike a balance that makes customers feel comfortable: during the day, when the sun is shining, the lighting should be brighter to fit the energetic atmosphere of the day, but in the evening, the lights should be dimmed to capture that quieter, more intimate feeling. So cafes or restaurants can install dimmers, and change light sources to lamps or candles in the evening. Layout is another important factor in a cafe’s atmosphere. And, of course, tables, chairs, and other fixtures all contribute to the overall atmosphere of the space. For instance, tables should have enough space between them so that customers aren’t squeezed together, but close enough to retain a social atmosphere. And it’s perfectly natural that people will stay longer if they sit comfortably. Finally, what’s really important is music. To my mind, it’s necessary to keep music at a moderate volume to allow people to focus without distracting them too much. Even waiting guests don’t become as anxious and stressed if there are nice, soft tunes playing in the background. And it definitely should support the general theme and feeling of the cafe or restaurant.