Something’s Missing

Last week I wrote about going to the King of Prussia Mall to get the batteries replaced in my Swatch watches, but something was missing.

As I wrote, I ended up buying a new watch, but something was missing.

We got to the mall around 2:30 after a 2 1/2 drive, but when we got there something was missing.

We parked by the lower building and entered the mall on the second level, but something was missing.

As we entered the mall Tiffany’s was on our left and Louis Vuitton was on our right, but something was missing.

Other stores in that section included Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Cartier, and Gucci, but something was still missing.

Because of the time I was ready for some food, but where we were something was missing.

We walked a bit an found a mini food court which we checked out, but something was missing.

Since I like Mexican food we decided on California Tortilla, but something was missing.

The girl behind the counter saw me checking out the food choices and she gave me a menu to make it easier, but something was missing.

Kathy and I looked it over and made our choice, but something was missing.

The classic quesadilla sounded good to both of us so that is what we ordered, but something was missing.

We got some chips and queso and a soda each to round out the meal, but something was missing.

Have you figured out what’s missing? The menu has calorie counts but no prices. I had no idea what the cost would be until it was rung up. Were the prices missing because we were in the high end section of the mall? It didn’t matter. The food was delicious and I would go back again.

In case you are wondering, two quesadillas, tow small sodas, one order of chips and queso plus a tip came out to $35.00. This was not even a restaurant but one of many stands in the food court.


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12 responses to “Something’s Missing

  1. Prices do seem to be creeping upward!

  2. Fun structure! Don’t the places that don’t include prices drive you crazy? It’s sort of a “if you have to ask, you don’t belong here” kind of message.

  3. Terje

    I did not notice the prices missing until you pointed it out. I am glad the food was good.

  4. Lainie Levin

    Wow! So…looks like lobster isn’t the only one that’s cornered the “market price” biz. Love the structure of this post, too.

  5. Bob, I noticed the prices missing immediately. I always check out the costs. This was like a puzzle – what is missing. Thanks for the clues (menus). I am rather shocked that there were no prices but if you think about the price of food in restaurants, your bill seems right. It appears that you cannot go out anymore for a bit to eat without it hitting your pockets/wallet with a surge in prices.

    • Carol, I usually check prices as well, after I find something I might like. This time I didn’t. The food was good so I just chalked it up to a vacation day where we do what we want and eat what sounds good. We haven’t been out in so long do it was a treat.

  6. I liked the way you kept us wondering 🙂 Is the cost high now ?

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