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Restaurant Owner Has The Perfect Response To Angry Yelp User (3 pics)

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This is how you respond to an angry review on Yelp.

1 Restaurant Owner Has The Perfect Response To Angry Yelp User (3 pics)


2 Restaurant Owner Has The Perfect Response To Angry Yelp User (3 pics)


3 Restaurant Owner Has The Perfect Response To Angry Yelp User (3 pics)

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№1 Author: hugo31 (16 Oct 2014 02:26) Total user comments: 523


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Like a Boss, indeed.
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№2 Author: ripper.ar (16 Oct 2014 03:27) Total user comments: 2


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haha great !
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№3 Author: Grrrrrr (16 Oct 2014 03:42) Total user comments: 0


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Mandatory death penalty for having a sense of entitlement.
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№4 Author: OldOllie (16 Oct 2014 08:58) Total user comments: 1671


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Why am I not surprised that this prick is a lawyer?
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№5 Author: Neherson (16 Oct 2014 10:59) Total user comments: 76


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The manager says that they do offer to-go boxes, but only after you ate some of the food. So how much eating is required for that? If I were to eat one spoon of some soup of theirs, would I get the to-go option? What if I just put a finger in and licked it? Would that be enough? What if I just sniffed the dish? Would that be ok? This is a fucking retarded policy.

Basically, they are being dicks and they do think they're too good for their customers.

If I knew I liked their food, saw them offering to-go, was across the street and would get this snobbish smartass attitude for trying to order some, I'd be pissed off too, and rightfully so.
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№6 Author: johnny1983 (16 Oct 2014 11:10) Total user comments: 10


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what they surely did is getting more customers to visit Voltaire :04:
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№7 Author: Aindy (16 Oct 2014 12:53) Total user comments: 2863


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Well, being irish i can tell you in europe most places dont let you take your leftovers home, infact even asking for it is frowned upon. Portions in the US are an awful lot larger and i found myself able to have 2 full meals with one standard serving in a restaurant, which explained to me the reasoning behind it.

Neherson,
FYI: Take out places are places with not enough room for people to eat inside and the obvious one like mcdonalds etc (fast food). Fast food places treat customers like dirt, hence the argument that its disrespectful to not offer a to go option is actually the reverse. Ots disrespectful to ask for to go if the place is quite obviously not a fast food joint.
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№8 Author: ACfan (16 Oct 2014 13:46) Total user comments: 0


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the people in the meeting were being assholes. plain & simple. everyone knows you sit in & eat in retaurants & take food away from take-aways.. & Neherson, you're an asshole too :)
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№9 Author: Neherson (16 Oct 2014 17:24) Total user comments: 76


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@Aindy: you're confusing the reason and the cause. Take-outs are offered so the people can eat in the comfort and privacy of their own homes, or in late office meetings. Having enough place to sit a few thousand customers doesn't seem very practical. Like I said, snobbish attitude. Middle- and high-end food ventures often offer catering, how's that any different?
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№10 Author: loveandhate (18 Oct 2014 00:32) Total user comments: 1571


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i wish i could see her face when she read the response.
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