Chefs have to put up with a lot – picky eaters, substitution requests based on whatever diet is trendy that month, people who like their meat well done (guilty), and sometimes, entire meals being sent back to the kitchen.
Of course, there are solid reasons to send something back. If you're deathly allergic to peanuts and you spot one in your dish, for instance, go right ahead. But if you just aren't a fan of what you ordered, maybe think twice about returning it. According to Bobby Flay, it's the one thing he'll never do in a restaurant.
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If you're a fan of Bobby's Burger Place or Bar American, though, you don't have to worry – Flay is actually okay with accepting dishes back at his own restaurants. He says it happens in all his restaurants at one time or another, and he's fine to do whatever it takes to make diners happy.
"I want my customers to be happy, and I will try to the end of the world to make them happy," Flay said.
When it comes to sofas, though, Flay doesn't mess around. While you're thinking about your restaurant manners, keep in mind these annoying habits waiters secretly despise you for ... it's for the greater good.
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