Dining at low-end eateries has its advantages. It is because of these advantages that we often have folks who deliberately choose to dine at these low-end eateries. Those are folks who would otherwise comfortably afford to dine at high-end eateries. But they opt to eat at low-end eateries because of the advantages that are associated with dining there.
Firstly, dining at low-end eateries is a relaxed affair. The rules for etiquette aren’t as stifling as those in the high-end restaurants. Dining at a low-end eatery is a practical undertaking: where the focus is on enjoying the food. Dining at a high-end restaurant, on the other hand, is a highly pretentious affair that leaves you feeling drained, as you wonder whether you missed any one of the etiquette requirements.
Secondly, dining at low-end eateries is a cost-effective affair. The food that is served in low-end eateries tends to be very cheap. Even a person who works at UPS, and who earns a modest salary, can nonetheless afford to dine in such eateries. He may, for instance, go to the UPSers.com login screen, and sign into the UPS employees portal (at upsers.com) — only to find that he has promoted from junior clerk to supervisor. Then he starts looking for a restaurant where he can celebrate his good luck: only to realize that all the high-end restaurants are too expensive for him. But at the low-end eateries — which are often as good as the high-end restaurants — he would be able to dine within his (modest) budget.
Thirdly, the food served at low-end eateries tends to be truly pleasant. The turnover rates for foods at the low-end eateries are very fast. The food is eaten as soon as it is cooked. Therefore the food tends to be always fresh. On the other hand, you have those snobbish, high-end restaurants – which tend to attract very few customers. Therefore, in such restaurants, you could easily end up eating food that was prepared several hours (or indeed even several days) ago!