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Assalamualaikum. In my opinion the design and layout will surely give a huge impact not only to the employees of the restaurant but also to the customer. A restaurant should have a good design and layout as it is very important component that will generated the flow and profit of the restaurant. A restaurant should a have design and layout that is suitable with the concept of the restaurant as it will create the image of the restaurant and attracting the customer to come to the restaurant. For example like if the restaurant want to apply the casual dining concept than they have to make sure to create a restaurant that have a relaxed and friendly environment. Imagine that if the restaurant want to apply the casual dining concept but the design is like at the Mamak stall concept then it surely will make the customer does not want to come to the restaurant. It is because they want to feel a relaxing and comfortable environment but could not experienced the situation because of the environment of the restaurant. The owner of the restaurant should also not to create a design and layout that are unique and attractiveness but also must remembered whether the design are suitable for the flow of the restaurant employees or not. The good workflow will surely make the employees to do their job effectively and smoothly especially when serving the customer. A good design and layout of the restaurant is very important in order to attract the customer to come and also will create the image of the restaurant…...

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