|dc.description.abstract||In the present study, an attempt was made to identify the foreign satisfaction in restaurants in Pristina, Kosovo. The dissertation is structured into five main segments: Introduction, Literature Review, Methodology, Results, Analysis and Discussion and Conclusions together with Recommendations. References and Appendixes assist readers with further information regarding research.
The study was based on quantitative research; in particular 120 questioners were conducted successfully. In addition, Customers’ Meal Experience Model (CMEM) was used in order to observe how can the five variables contained in (CMEM) influence the customer satisfaction in restaurants. The five variables used for this study were: The Core Product, The Restaurant Interior, The Personal Social Meeting, The Company and The Restaurant Atmosphere.
According to the findings which derived from the questioners, we can say that overall the foreigners appreciate the dining experience in the restaurants in Prsitina, especially the atmosphere of the restaurant, which in most scenarios scored higher then the other variables regarding the general satisfaction. However, the results from the three hypotheses showed that the validity of this model has been only partially confirmed. Nevertheless, it can be useful in the sense that it can used as a structure for future detailed empirical research.
The significance of this study is that it can assist the restaurant owners in Kosovo to understand the foreigners’ needs and wants when dining at a restaurant.||en_US