Trendinista: Restaurants adapt to public comment cards

Trendinista: Restaurants adapt to public comment cards

• One chef-owner apologized after an online spat turned ugly • Four tips for responding to negative online comments • Comedic nature will win over future readers

It’s no secret how stressful working in the kitchen of a restaurant can be. Take into account how passionate chefs are about their dishes, and it’s easy to see how unsatisfied and outspoken guests can cause chefs to lose their temper.

Time and again we’ve seen chefs lose their cool after guests raised their voice with a complaint. In Cleveland, it recently got one chef-owner in some real hot wate

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