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Microphones hidden in the tables allow
the restaurant to discover what people
don't like. Moments after finding the soup
too salty,"Oh I am so sorry, there was an
accident in the kitchen and the soup was
ruined. I hope you have not tasted it!"
Someone complains that the portions are
meager and a complimentary appetizer
appears on the table.
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||"The steak is great, but it was at best 12 oz. when it was put into the pan, not the 16 oz. they promised on the menu." - Does the cook come up with another 4 oz. steak or a kitchen scale?
||There are so many ways this would backfire against the restaurant's reputation ...
||This couldn't backfire, If someone is abusing this, then
they don't get anything special. I could envision this
working well with desserts. +
||baked in 'My Restaurant Rules" (tedious Australian reality TV program)
||I have visions of Gordon Ramsey flying out of the kitchen, punching a customer, and going back to his work without uttering a word.