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    Ashley W.

    Lovely breakfasts set us for the day! Great warm hospitality. Thank you.

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    William B.

    Thanks for the lovely breakfast, warm welcome and friendly consersation. I hope we come back again.

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    Samantha C.

    Amazing breakfast, set us up for the day. Home away from home! Excellent!

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    Taron L.

    Lovely home with a warm hostess! Great walks along the beach.

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Secrets Restaurants wished you didn’t know

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There is something about the restaurant that is mysterious isn’t it; I mean at the end of the day it is not just the food that we talk about when we leave, but the overall experience that we encounter there. Here in this list, we have compiled a list of the basic secrets you should be aware of while visiting that nice restaurant that you have always wanted to go to.

1. The wait

The wait is an important aspect to any restaurant. A good place will ensure that you never wait too long; if you have been waiting for longer than 15 minutes, then it is okay to ask your waiter about your order. If you do visit the place and it happens again then it is time that you stop visiting the place. A great place will ensure that each table is treated as the star, but most fail to do so and this can result in your docket being pushed to the back for more “important” guests.

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2. Ask and be bewildered

Well if you sit at a casual dining place and look at your waiter and ask him about what is good on the menu, he or she might suggest the most generic thing possible. When you need recommendation on orders from a casual dining place always ask the manager and not the waiter. The manager is someone who knows the ins and outs of the place; the waiter on the other hand probably hasn’t even read the menu properly. Fine dining places on the other hand expect waiters to know all the dishes and to have to taste them, so asking your waiter there for a recommendation makes sense.

3. Fresh or not

Most of what you eat at a casual dining place is not fresh and that is just the reality of the market that we are in at the moment. Experts believe that almost all the breakfast places serve leftover and reheated food from the previous day and this can thus lead to a lot of health issues. So before you go to a place ensure that you have read about the place and the reviews are mostly positive. If you find something on your plate is not fresh then ask the waiter to replace it. At the end of the day the restaurant is looking to gain a customer for a while and not just someone who is passing through, so take that opportunity to be pampered.

Things that annoying customers do

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We have asked waiters from around the world to pitch in and we were able to compile a list of things that customers do that take things too far. We would actually like to take this moment to thank all the people who sent in their piece when it came to this topic and we do apologise if what you said has not been featured. We would be coming out with a similar list soon and keep your eyes open to see whether your piece is featured there.

1. Manners

There is this popular quote that goes like “Manners maketh man”; one of the most common things that waiters told us was about how difficult it is to serve rude customers. They went on to say that they can quickly identify a rude customer from a nice one, the minute they order their first dish or drink. And that no one can ever say no to a polite customer, even if they find themselves out of place. In essence waiters have informed us that a clueless polite customer is any day better than an arrogant know-it-all customer.

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2. Tech obsession

There are cafes that are designed for phones and laptops to be used on the table. But a diner or a restaurant is not one such place. People take so much care about their phones, that one waiter tell us that this lady was so obsessed about her phone that she did not see her young child pour hot soup on herself. The other thing about phones is that people tend to keep it on the table where waiters are trying to place the dishes, it can get extremely inconvenient. The worst of the lot when it comes to phones and tech is to be using them while talking to waiters; it is just downright rude.

3. Tip Thief

What usually happens in a restaurant is that one person ends up paying using a credit or debit card and the other people give him their share of the bill along with the tips that is supposed to be given to the waiters. But what happens more often than not is that people who pay by card just pocket the tip money as well. It can be something that happened unknowingly, but our contributors inform us that some people do it on purpose and that it can get really annoying knowing that you can’t do anything about it.

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