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Old 07-09-2008, 02:43 PM   #31
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I have sent food back on occasion. Almost always because it's either not warm or the steak is not well done enough. I am usually apologetic about the steak because I know it doesn't taste as good well done, I just can't handle the red stuff.
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Old 07-10-2008, 02:31 PM   #32
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I'll send something back if there's something wrong with it eg well done instead of rare steak orchicken not cooked properly. Sometimes a meal is just not nice but I won't send it back if I can't find anything specifically wrong with it. Eg last week I had fishcakes at a seafood restaurant which I didn't enjoy - it tasted very overprocessed like they liquidised everything together and then made the cakes - I like fishcakes when you can still see and taste the fish , onion, parsley etc- but maybe that's just my perception and everyone makes it diffently so that wasn't reason enough to send it back for me.
I'll definitely send anything burnt back.
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