First time I ever used a coupon at a restaurant
Posted 16 May 2011 - 07:18 PM
Well Boo you found the one thing I hate more than Ranch
I thought it was toes!
Posted 16 May 2011 - 07:48 PM
lol @ chit chat. I doubt its that. Its usually that we are so busy taking care of other tables that aren't as high maintenance as you.
Posted 17 May 2011 - 09:25 PM
THAT'S because YOUR definition of FINE dining is GOLDEN corral.
If you click the menu, you will see the kinds of foods they have. That's the place where the waiter forgot my margarita, where he took 7 or more minutes to get each soft drink, and where we spent almost $300(more with tip of course) for just the 2 of us. THAT IS FINE DINING IDIOT!!
You act like that someone can't go to Golden Corral one day and fine dining another. What an idiot!!
See the "Golden Margarita", well they didn't change the internet menu since 2009 I see, but the price on the internet is still $10, which at the time was also in the restaurant on their drink menu $10. I ordered it as it came, no altering it. That was the time the waiter overcharged us $12 on that margarita and blamed it on the menu. That time our bill was probably around $140 or so.
See, that's a fine dining restaurant. We got the different cuts of meat for $39.95 a person that had a fancy salad bar.
This was the restaurant that the waiter forgot my ranch with the bread, that the food took over an hour and 15 mins. with no telling us what was going on, and the tea as well as the coke took 15 minutes or so that he served the WINE BEFORE the soft drink & tea.
NOW, do you finally believe me that I don't just go to places like Golden Corral?
lol. you are so thickheaded I guess I will just never get this point across. 97% of the time, its not the server's job to run the food to your table. That's what you tip out foodrunners for. All they are doing is taking directions from the expo. example: Here, take these plates, seats 1 and 2 table 39. Seat 1 is the steak.
Chain restaurants like Chili's, Applebee's, etc. have OTHER SERVERS running each other's food, NO food runners. I have had this told to me from MANAGERS themselves and people on the internet on forums that worked at places for example, a woman that worked at Applebee's told me this. That means, no tip out at all to the other server that runs the food, just helping one another, period.
Even if the restaurant has food runners, they get tipped out most of the time out of SALES AUTOMATICALLY so no penalty for getting the food obviously wrong to the table, no reward for getting it obviously right to the table as well as offering refills to this other table that isn't yours.
They have no idea what was originally ordered, just are taking orders from the expo or whoever is running the window.
YES THEY SURE AS HELL DO!! It's called a ((TICKET)) as long as the order was put in correctly by the original server that took the order. I have seen other servers as well as my own server have a ticket on a tray even when they brought out our food. Also, if I were a server running another party's food, I would always ask to see the ticket. I am not going to be bitched out from a customer and they'd have EVERY RIGHT to bitch me out if it was on the ticket correctly something OBVIOUSLY wrong with the food I brought to their table that they didn't have to TOUCH to notice it was wrong.
That's how stupid you are that you don't know that the food runner or other server CAN know what the order is as long as the order was put in correctly of course.
You deserve a pooty experience for all you put them through.
What I put them through? They have to actually WORK, you mean to tell me? WHAT A CONCEPT? I thought work was playtime. They deserve a bad tip if they put me through hell, so what goes around, comes around. I am proud to say I have reported servers when they have done wrong and I have helped get 3 servers fired, so you see, being lazy and mean comes back TO YA!!
Posted 17 May 2011 - 09:58 PM
Who gives a crap about a Saint fan's perspective?
You just don't want to admit that the TRUTH HURTS, doesn't it?
Posted 17 May 2011 - 10:01 PM