Student or Learner
Is 'believe you me' equivalent to 'believe me' ?
Which one is more correct or formal ?
It is an idiom or expression meaning "you need to believe me"
"Let's go to the XYZ restaurant to eat. They have the best chicken dish."
"Really? I like ABC's chicken. I can't believe it's better."
"Believe you me, once you taste XYZ's chicken, you will never order from anyone else."
Thank everyone for your interest. Perhaps I didn’t express my question clearly enough.
But believe you me is a set phrase we use when somebody doesn’t trust in what we said .
I’m asking about the difference when omit you in the phrase.
How does it sound ? Is it more imperative ?