5 Horrible Things You Didn't Know About Restaurants
If you are not an extra for "Hell's Kitchen" or character from "American Psycho" by Bret Easton Ellis, chances are you don't have dinner every other night at a fancy restaurant. For the rest of us, folk representing the middle class who dread cooking at home and cleaning afterward, there are still reputable restaurants and public venues where we can enjoy a decent (and affordable) meal.
But the way from your table to the kitchen and back again is actually longer than you think. And the things happening "behind the curtains" might leave you with a range of mixed feelings: from mild annoyance to a torrent of sheer horror! Here are five horrible things you didn't know about restaurants.