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Restaurant Staff Reveal What Makes Their WORST Customers
Are you a restaurant's worst nightmare?
We're all comfortable talking about some of our worst restaurant reviews, sharing our chief qualms about poor service and not to mention when our food isn't cooked to our standards. But what about the other way around?
Over the weekend, chefs, waiters and hosts came together on Reddit to discuss their pet hates about CUSTOMERS.
From being discourteous to using your phones before allowing staff to take your order, here are some of the things hospitality staff say make up a bad customer.
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People who stack ther plates
Babies who make a mess
Going off piste with the menu
Big parties paying separately
Those who hang around
Sometimes it hurts when the shoe is on the other foot! Ouch.
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