I'm a UX design student looking to get a bit of insight into a random(ish) group of people for an upcoming project. When you split the check at a restaurant, what are some things that irritate you or make the experience unpleasant? Anything you offer, even if it's the same thing as someone else, is super helpful. Thanks!!!
Splitting the check is for teenagers who only brought mommy's debit card with them to pay.
Either you buy lunch for everyone or you keep track of what you order and throw in cash to cover plus tip.
>"I don't like seafood"
>bring over a fried seafood platter to a friends
>it's really meant for two
>he says "i don't like seafood"
>JUST TRY IT.exe
>proceeds to shove as many shrimp and clams in his mouth as possible
>mmmmm so good
>still wont try the fish
I just realized that I've never had Stouffer's french bread pizza.
Worth trying at least once? How's it rank in the frozen pizza tiers?
You get more bang for your buck from a loaf of french bread, a jar of plain pasta sauce, a packet of mozzarella, and a packet of pepperoni.
Also, Stouffer's smells like diarrhea.
Who else /whiteboy/ here? I'm so ashamed of myself, I can barely eat something with a relatively mild thing in it like jalepenos. Are spicy foods a meme, or am I missing out?
Mouth pain overrules enjoyment of food. I can't help that, I just don't find it worth it. Unfortunately, that means that things like pineapple are also out. It feels like the inside of my cheeks are peeling like a sunburn.
is an taco a sandwich?
How many calories would you say are in this salad?
There's an avocado at the bottom and about a 1/2 cup of peanuts.
Why is this a GOD tier ?
Do you use it ? And where ?
For me, I like to use on my meat when I do BBQ.
I agree that it's amazing, also versatile.
The only problem is that these fucking idiots put SUGAR in it, like they do with everything. The sugar ruins it completely, this is a pungent hot spice not fucking candy. There are varieties without sugar, just pure horseradish, but of course they cost like 3 times more.
Caution: DO NOT BUY THIS BURGER!
I bought it large today and I was STILL fucking hungry. I felt like I got ripped off. It was good no doubt about it but it's completely unsatisfying.
Round of beers for the kitchen?
Who else has a hanerkin' for some beany breetas?
ITT: god tier frozen foods
>order a ROOT 44
>repeats order back as ROUT (as in DOUBT)
>order a ROUT 44
>repeats order back as ROOT
They're fucking with me, aren't they?
How are you celebrating National Buckfast Day tomorrow /ck/?
Post something local. How local is for you to decide.
It can be something you love or something you hate.
Here's something I love.
And something I've never tried
Something I hate - chevapi.
Low quality burned meat with so bread and cut onions.
So 60% of customers prefer tipping. What now?
>Joe’s Crab Shack Tried Getting Rid of Tips. It Didn’t Last Long.
>In one closely watched case, Joe’s Crab Shack has decided to revert to accepting tips at most of its trial locations, six months after announcing that it would become the nation’s first major restaurant chain to test a no-tipping policy at 18 locations.
>Company research had found that 60 percent of the restaurants’ customers disliked the change in tipping,...
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>Pay the same amount of money you're supposed to be paying and having it go to manager Shekelstein's pockets instead of promiting better service from the wagecucks
Tipping is the only thing keeping the majority of waiters from giving you absolute bare minimum service.
>i tip at joes crab shack
if i am blackout drunk at the beach eating crab pieces off my pants i prefer the "tipping" method too
0% because im never coming back anyways/don't live here/suck a dick