Today I went to that restaurant with the Boletus Risotto and after having another great meal asked to see the chef.
He turned to be a young man who seemed to feel quite confused and maybe even embarrassed by my act. I shook his hand and thanked him for the good job, for preparing the best tarator in Sofia every day with the same great quality, for the great Risotto and for the marvelous food at all.
I felt great for doing it and he was happy, too. I believe that this will also build on his motivation to keep doing such a good job.
It is not difficult at all to stop and thank somebody for doing a great work. It is easy also to do a miserable work – to serve bad food, to service you poorly, to be incompetent. But when you enjoy somebody’s work, remember to thank for it.