When we were in Edmonton for a family wedding, I had a hair appointment at this Salon. https://plus.google.com/103136542946204961035/about?gl=ca&hl=en#103136542946204961035/about?gl=ca&hl=en
Every Beauty Salon should read this and pay attention. The cost for a wash and blow dry was only $31.50 BUT with that you get:
1. they ask if you would like a head massage – take it! It is fabulous.
2. A young lady comes over and (after asking if you want this) a hand masssage. All the while, your hairdresser is working on your hair.
3. When finished, your hairdresser asks if you would like a neck/shoulder massage – again , take it!
These little extras do two things.
1. A happier, very relaxed customer
2. Larger gratuity
Oh, I forgot, they also offer coffee, water, juice.
If I lived i n Edmonton, they would have a regular customer in me. I found them to be amazing artists, charming shop and the neatest French accents around.
This was our first visit tothe ‘new’ White Spot since they rebuilt after a devastating fire. Of course, it was new, bright and clean. Being greeted at the front door with a beautiful smile on the hostess always makes the visit a pleasurable beginning. https://www.whitespot.ca/location/penticton
Our server, Angela, was a bright light to be sure. Happy, not annoyingly perky, and quick with coffee and also the food. Joking aside she was fun to have on our side.
Don ordered the 2 egg, bacon and shredded hash browns with toast and I, of course, ordered the buttermilk waffle with maple syrup and bacon. I say ‘of course’ because that is all I ever order in any establishment that has it on the menu.
Don loved his breakfast and said they have one of THE best breakfasts in any restaurant. I had to tell Angela about the waffle. Without a word of a lie, it is the best waffle I have been served in any restaurant in Canada. We were comparing it to the waffles we had in Belgium it was that good.
All in all, it was a great beginning to a Sunday. Be sure to stop in here people, it was great.