Re: Regular customers. First time Poor Service, Food and overall experience
by Venice - Posted Tue March 21, 2006 @ 3:54 AM
So you are never again going to request your meal to be corrected because of some movie you saw? I never heard of the movie "Waiting", but the fact is it's just a movie. If the food wasn't hot enough for you, you should have had them heat it to your liking instead of being a martyr. If this movie had that much of an effect on you, it sounds like you're going to have trouble eating out anywhere.
No matter where you live, freezing is 32 degrees, not 40/50's. Do you realize how ridiculous it sounds for you to be accusing them of continuously switching from heat to air-conditioning? Here's how it works. The blower is on, and the heat goes on and off periodically. When the heat is off, the air from the blower feels cooler, but it is not air-conditioning. Then the heat goes on, and it warms up. I thought everyone knew that. You knew you were uncomfortable before you even ordered, so you should have asked to be moved away from the vent. I've done that many times, and it's never a problem.
Why not start a writing campaign to your representatives to ban smoking in public places. I am extremely sensitive to smoke and am thankful every time I go out that my state has such a law.
You "have always had excellent service from this establishment", but because you didn't request a different table or your meal to be corrected, you "never want to return again". That's your choice.
If you knew the name of your server, check number, table, etc., what was the point of itemizing the check?