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Postby Balazs » 18 Nov 2005, 22:13

Hi Bob,

Long time no see, just wanna mention that I took my mom and brother to Carnegie's for brunch a few weeks ago when they were in Taipei and they both loved it.

I guess I'll check out tomorrow if it's still as good as it used to be :)
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Postby TpeBob » 19 Nov 2005, 10:19

Balazs wrote:Hi Bob,

Long time no see, just wanna mention that I took my mom and brother to Carnegie's for brunch a few weeks ago when they were in Taipei and they both loved it.

I guess I'll check out tomorrow if it's still as good as it used to be :)


It has been a couple of weeks at least. Anyway, I am happy that your mother and brother enjoyed the place on their visit. If I am not around during the day (have to work the door this weekend) then you can rest assured that Olivia will look after you (today) and Rebecca (tomorrow).

Cheers,

Bob
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Postby jdsmith » 02 Dec 2005, 13:15

Hi Bob, would it be possible to reserve a table or two on the terrace Sunday at 10:30AM?

:)

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Postby Ironman » 02 Dec 2005, 13:24

jdsmith wrote:Hi Bob, would it be possible to reserve a table or two on the terrace Sunday at 10:30AM?

:)

jdstarving


10:30am pint of Guinness :eek:
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Postby jdsmith » 02 Dec 2005, 13:26

Ironman wrote:
jdsmith wrote:Hi Bob, would it be possible to reserve a table or two on the terrace Sunday at 10:30AM?

:)

jdstarving


10:30am pint of Guinness :eek:


have you been talking to sandman???
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Postby TpeBob » 02 Dec 2005, 16:14

jdsmith wrote:Hi Bob, would it be possible to reserve a table or two on the terrace Sunday at 10:30AM?

:)

jdstarving


jd,

Is that a "table OR two" or a "table FOR two"? If the former, let us know how many people and we'll work it out. If the latter, then erm...well, it's self-explanatory, really and so I don't have to write too much about it as that would be a waste of time and at the end of the day rather pontless as 'table for two' is a pretty easy concept to grasp well at least for me anyway and indeed also for the other managers and staff who are all pretty intelligent and diligent beings for who 'table for two' is not an unknown or indeed rare request and as such they are familiar with it and

:snore:

So, in short, the answer is yes. You may also call us on the number below to make reservations on the off-chance that I may not be browsing or logged on.

Cheers,

Bob
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Postby Big Fluffy Matthew » 02 Dec 2005, 16:16

While you're here Bob, can I have some more chips ?
Er.... thingy.
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Postby TpeBob » 02 Dec 2005, 16:17

Big Fluffy Matthew wrote:While you're here Bob, can I have some more chips ?


Sure. Money up front though. :twisted:
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Postby jdsmith » 02 Dec 2005, 16:26

TpeBob wrote:
jdsmith wrote:Hi Bob, would it be possible to reserve a table or two on the terrace Sunday at 10:30AM?

:)

jdstarving


jd,

Is that a "table OR two" or a "table FOR two". If the former, let us know how many people and we'll work it out. If the latter, then erm...well, it's self-explanatory, really and so I don't have to write too much about it as that would be a waste of time and at the end of the day rather pontless as 'table for two' is a pretty easy concept to grasp well at least for me anyway and indeed also for the other managers and staff who are all pretty intelligent and diligent beings for who 'table for two' is not an unknown or indeed rare request and as such they are familiar with it and

:snore:

So, in short, the answer is yes. You may also call us on the number below to make reservations on the off-chance that I may not be browsing or logged on.

Cheers,

Bob


I would say on the safe side, two tables would be better.
:)

Thanks
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Postby TpeBob » 02 Dec 2005, 16:33

jdsmith wrote:
TpeBob wrote:
jdsmith wrote:Hi Bob, would it be possible to reserve a table or two on the terrace Sunday at 10:30AM?

:)

jdstarving


jd,

Is that a "table OR two" or a "table FOR two". If the former, let us know how many people and we'll work it out. If the latter, then erm...well, it's self-explanatory, really and so I don't have to write too much about it as that would be a waste of time and at the end of the day rather pontless as 'table for two' is a pretty easy concept to grasp well at least for me anyway and indeed also for the other managers and staff who are all pretty intelligent and diligent beings for who 'table for two' is not an unknown or indeed rare request and as such they are familiar with it and

:snore:

So, in short, the answer is yes. You may also call us on the number below to make reservations on the off-chance that I may not be browsing or logged on.

Cheers,

Bob


I would say on the safe side, two tables would be better.
:)

Thanks
jds


Usually we take reservations for 'number of people' so if you could give us an approximate idea of the number of people, then we can allocate the furniture accordingly because oddly enough, there is also the issue of chairs...space, settings etc.

Help me out here a bit...Ta.

:roll:


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