I've always wondered this since restaurants mostly have customers pay for their order towards the end of their visit.
If I were to eat at a restaurant, receive the bill and not be able to pay for it due to not having enough money on me... what would happen?
I've been out three times and been served horrid wine which I've refused to pay for. I also needed to explain that for this reason I wouldn't be leaving a tip. has anyone else noticed this?
Red Lobster for dinner or Chinese Dim Sum for a lazy lunch
It was all baked potatoes and Brussels sprouts in winter, now places seem to offering all kinds of salads and lighter, spring-time flavors.
My wife started working at a restaurant a week ago and they told her to make sure she brings money with her to make change for customers; the restaurant doesn’t supply individual tills/drawers, they just keep one and it’s only for breaking 50s and 100s. She has to keep using her tip money for change which means...
I only use the McDonald’s app for coupons if I do go. If you haven’t checked it out you should, it saves an extra dollar here and there.
I eat Panda Express everyday because I love it, it's so good. I usually order orange chicken, teriyaki chicken, rice, and chow mein. I eat it everyday for my lunch break. Is all of that real Chinese food?
i wouldnt think theyre rare, you probably just havent seen one
you might choose sitting at a table instead of a booth, so it is easier for him
It's very good, and incredible value for money.