Almost everyone has probably had at least a couple meals that required some quick fixes (or major overhauls) from the kitchen before being ready for consumption. However, just because your meal isn’t quite right does not entitle you to suddenly throw common decency out the window and begin acting like the restaurant has somehow chosen to deliberately ruin your experience. There are still simple guidelines you can follow to get the issue resolved as quickly as possible, and, as the video says, just because it’s not what you expected doesn’t mean there’s something wrong with it.
It’s both amusing and sad that a video like this even exists. However, I’ve sat by (and dined with) more than a couple people who could take a hint about how to graciously send back a meal.
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