- File Size: 476 KB
- Print Length: 160 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Marta Daniels (September 19, 2010)
- Publication Date: September 19, 2010
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0043RSDY6
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,407,576 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
How to be a Better Restaurant Customer Kindle Edition
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She chides us, the restaurant customer, for being at fault for a restaurant's problems. I have news: if the restaurant closes at 11pm, then they better post a sign that says what their seating/serving cut-off time is. I believe in common sense and would not abuse my diner privileges, but if I know there is a last seating time, you bet I will honour that time. I am a human being and can have a bad day, my server, so deal with it. I will do my best not to take it out on you, but if you have an attitude, your tip for service or lack thereof, will be given accordingly. Don't put that all squarely on my shoulders.
Don't waste your time reading this tripe. I am deleting this book off my Kindle!
Not only are there numerous grammatical and spelling errors, but the author's haughty attitude shines through with all the glory -and appeal - of a sore thumb.
I can happily say that the type of server demonstrated in this book is - in my experience - rarely encountered. No wonder she complains about her tips. With the attitude she demonstates in this book, it's a miracle she gets any.
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Don't bother; there is no useful information here. And yes, i suffered through the book to the very end, on the off chance there still might be some redeeming feature.
Instead I got the (so American) whine about how hardly anyone tips enough and how awful customers are. I guess this disappointed me more after the religious dedication for this text.
If you want to read how all customers should tip more - no matter how bad their restaurant experience (because that won't be the server's fault!) this is the book for you. Personally, I'd recommend that the author take some responsibility for the organisation they're part of (I'm just saying!). Stop whinging about the hourly rate, when that's not what you get or if you must, try applying some of your religion's philosophies about charity or work at changing the system to something less capitalistic and more compassionate.
This book represents a couple of hours of my life that I won't get back.