I get he was covering his butt but I can't help it. It would have annoyed me lol.
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Also, with bills being introduced into parliament that can make people criminally responsible for harm to an unborn baby (even though the chef had no intention of harming anyone), it could muddy the water for a lot of industries when it is apparent that a woman is pregnant. I know that that is not the intent of those laws but it may make these sorts of discussions more common.
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I'm a little surprised too that the waiter would have specify back in the kitchen that there was a pregnant lady at the table and what she ordered.
Where do you draw the line with food safety responsibility?
Should a chef and waiter suggest a fat customer consider a salad instead of chips with their steak?
Or a nice grilled chicken breast instead of a schnitzel?
This happened to me at a function I attended where there were shared plates. One was a beautiful beef fillet and before I had a chance to have some..the waitress presented me with my own piece, cooked well done. I was surprised as it hadn't been requested by anyone, but also thought it was very thoughtful. I'm a bit more relaxed this time around and I would have eaten the lovely, medium-rare beef without a second thought actually, so maybe a good thing it happened!
I had the saddest, toughest piece of porterhouse at a function last night because the waiter suggested I have it well done
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