Sushi sushi sushi. It seems Trinidadians can't get enough and with the various options available, only a few stand out. One of the list toppers is More Vino.
I have been eating at the Ariapita branch for a number of years and what sets them apart from the rest would be their ability to add some of the most creative rolls I've seen locally. Constantly reinventing their menu, keeping the restaurant fresh and relevant, they still secure a place in the list of best sushi restaurants in Trinidad & Tobago.
While browsing i found this article from kitchenette.jezebel.com and thought i would share it with you. Too often we are caught up in bad customer service and forget about the hard working servers and restaurant staff that help make our experience enjoyable. Here are some of their stories
Welcome back to Behind Closed Ovens, where we take a look at the best and strangest stories from inside the food industry. This week, we’re back to an old favorite: horrible, terrible, no-good, very bad restaurant customers. As always, these are real e-mails from real readers.
There is a man who comes to my Starbucks every single day and orders the most horrible drink in an infuriating way. He purchased 365 Starbucks cards and registered every one of them online with a different birthday so that he gets a “free birthday drink” EVERY DAY OF THE YEAR. Even though I know exactly how he “beat the system” there, he pretends that his app is just malfunctioning and it magically gives him the same free birthday drink every day. If he was a nice guy, I might not be so irritated. But he’s not a nice guy. Here is a sample of our exchange when he orders (when you imagine his voice, it should be pompous and creepy):
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