“Acts like THIS are What We Middle Easterners Know Our Homeland For”

Someone calling him- or herself Humans of New York was impressed by the customer service at Al Pasha Restaurant and Juice Bar at 1178 Fulton Street in Bedford-Stuyvesant in Brooklyn, New York. Humans of New York wrote, “I wanted to share something simple but awesome that just happened to me. I woke up this morning with a scratchy throat, so I walked to a nearby juicebar to get a green juice. I asked the owner if he had any kale. Instead of saying ‘no,’ he said: ‘Please, take a seat, I will run and buy some for you.’” In a comment, Robert Eufinger wrote, “That’s customer service! Years ago in Okinawa I went to a shop looking for dish soap — the shop owner must have had some, but with the language barrier he thought I didn’t like the kind he had. He asked me to come back tomorrow — I did. He drove 30 miles to the capital city to buy me a single bottle of dish soap, then only charged me $0.59 for it. ‘Number 1 dish soap.’ After that I bought everything I could at his little store!” And Najmeh Flâneur commented, “While Fox News and CNN would have you think otherwise, acts like THIS are what we middle easterners know our homeland for.”

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