A customer gave a restaurant a very detailed order to get the perfect burger for a dog
We all like to treat our pets from time to time. But one person took their dog to a very fancy New York restaurant to give them the perfect burger. Anna Silman tweeted about her friend, who is the chef at a restaurant in the city. The order was pretty detailed – and we feel bad for the waiter who had to deal with it.
The order said: ‘1 beef burger. Med rare, no cheese, side salad.’ There are then additional instructions for the kitchen: ‘This is for a dog. No salt, no oil, no seasoning, no pepper. Absolutely plain, no toppings, no garnishes. ‘No bacon, no pickles, no onion, no bread, no lettuce, no side salad.’
To really stress the point, they added: ‘Just the plain pattie – this is for a dog.’ It’s probably the easiest order the kitchen has seen in years. Lots of people thought it was a bit much for a dog but others pointed out that maybe it was a special treat for special circumstances. One person said: ‘If you’ve ever had an ill or dying pet who can’t eat, none of this sounds over the top. I hand fed my dog w/ failing kidney disease specialized meals I cooked. ‘If you have the ability to do it and they need it, what else are you gonna do?’
Read more: https://metro.co.uk/2019/05/28/customer-gave-restaurant-detailed-order-get-perfect-burger-dog-9710400/?ito=cbshare
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