Saturday, August 8, 2009
Last night I went to a restaurant. The food was very good, though kind of excessive. This morning I decided to look up some "reviews" of this place on the WWW. There were some negative (mostly to do with the slow service) and some positive ... overall rating was about 85%. I was just wondering -- if the negative people had a problem with the place, did they say anything while they were actually there? Few of the reviews suggested that they had done this. I wonder why they wouldn't? Did they think the chef might have suddenly emerged from the kitchen, enraged, and stabbed them with a butcher knife? Or maybe spat in their dessert?