Restaurant Etiquette: Do You Make These Common Mistakes?

by | Apr 13, 2019

Restaurant Etiquette: Do You Make These Common Mistakes?Are you a fan of eating out? Make sure you are welcomed back to your favorite spot.

There are things you might do in a restaurant that you think is helpful but in reality is creating a lot of work for the people around you. So to make sure your next dining experience leaves a good taste in everyone’s mouth has a list of ten polite things people do at restaurants that are actually rude. For example, not saying anything about a meal you don’t like. If your steak is overcooked, or you salad is soggy speak up. Your server and restaurant staff shouldn’t hear about your bad experience through an online review, give them a chance to fix what they did wrong.

Another example of something diners do, stacking the empty dishes. There is an art to bussing the table, so while you think you’re helping out you could be creating more work for staff.

For more things you might want to avoid doing, check out the full article now. You don’t want to upset the folks who handle your food.

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