Dear editor, I have a moral dilemma I would like to ask advice about from the Samui Times readers.
A year or so ago a great little restaurant opened close to my house where I very much enjoyed eating breakfasts, sandwiches and baguettes and take away pies and other bakery items. Recently the business has changed hands and although the new Sunday Roast dinners was a great addition to the menu sadly the standard of the food has gone right down hill and the Sunday dinner was the worst I have ever had on the island and really bad value for money.
I really want to support local businesses in my area but feel that the food in this particular venue is so bad I can’t go in. I would like to see this place flourish once more but wonder if the right thing to do is simply take my business elsewhere or risk offending the new owner by pointing out the mistakes being made. I know I am not the only one who feels this way, many people are sad to no longer have a great food option in our area and like me I think they are too scared to tell the new owner for risk of offense and like me no longer use what was once a busy little restaurant.
Advice from the local community needed.
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