“I told him it was rude to get our attention in this way. In total, about 12 euros for 4 beers and a water, on top of that Making you feel like a criminal for spending money and ordering pizza next to bar Even if they don’t use it. Some badass and rude. we will never go back”, he sentenced.
Although the motto “the customer is always right” Right in the world of gastronomy and commerce, the episode started a vigorous discussion on Twitter about consumer and restaurant activities. There are those who favor eating elsewhere, and others who accuse them of rudeness.
The owner of the Spanish compound was not far behind and responded as harshly as the critics: “kind excellent: We are not surprised by your review, because We already understood what kind of person he was, The rest of the people at his table understood the situation.”
At the same time, he clarified the situation and alleged that “I had a huge blackboard In front of your table with the food menu. There’s a difference between a few slices of pizza for the kids (which we always take for granted) and a whole pizza on the table that everyone eats. ,
Finally, the owner mentioned the user’s education: “Our kindness was answered with the most basic and rude attitude. congratulations and see you never, PS: Thanks for leaving all the trash on the table and on the floor when you go.
debate on twitter
The critic in question, @Soycamarero on Twitter, opened the debate to his followers, This is a person who generates content based on reviews and criticisms from other places.
The story sparked all kinds of people’s pros, cons, and even opinions with some outraged because they believed otherwise:
“Of course, yes. As long as it’s also consumed in that place. Imagine your kids wanting a happy meal and your Italian dinner… well, hey… the kids want their happy meal and mom -Let father do something better. Of course, always collecting what was brought in from outside,” says one follower.
“Is it really necessary to warn that food or drink cannot be brought from abroad? I don’t think so. It’s from a drawer,” replies another.