I am having problems with Ser/Estar - if I wanted to say that I went to a Mexican restaurant last night and I WAS disappointed that nobody spoke Spanish but the food WAS very good, I am guessing you would say:
Yo Estaba decepcionante (It was an emotion so one would use Estar); and
La comida era buena (this is a wild guess because it doesn't fit into the acronym DOCTOR or PLACE (see http://www.spanishdict.com/answers/100040/ser-and-estar).
I am hoping someone could explain to me if I am using the correct form of "to be" and more particularly explain if I should use era or estaba when I am referring to the food "the food WAS good".
Many thanks Chris