We got good service at New Amsterdam Demico restaurant

Dear Editor,

I refer to the letter captioned “I was not impressed with the service at this restaurant” (08.01.12). While vacationing in Guyana, my family and I ate at the New Amsterdam Demico Qik Serv at least twice each day on December 22, 23 and 24, 2007. On each occasion the air conditioner was working, the front counter was attended, the sales people were courteous, the service was fast, the seating was clean and spacious, and the food was great.

We highly recommend the bake and saltfish, the roti and curry, the ice cream and the cherry juice. It is because of these items that we went there everyday. New Amsterdam Demico Qik Serv certainly helped make our Christmas vacation in Guyana a pleasant one.

Yours faithfully,

Kingsley Williams

Virginia, USA

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