I was rather grateful last week when I entered a restaurant in Kimihurura and was served with very tasty bean sauce.
However, the bean sauce actually had slices of pork in it. Half way my meal, I heard people across the table complaining about their dislike for pork.
Now, much as I eat pork and enjoyed my meal that day, I think it is very heartless for one to feed customers on pork with out informing them. It is a well known fact that a good number of people do not eat pork for religious, cultural and other reasons.
You may think you thought wise and made a delicious meal for customers forgetting that one man’s meat is another’s poison. I felt bad when I imagined being fed on a dish I do not eat without my knowledge and consent and worst of all some thing you have paid for.
It is only wise for restaurant managers to think of maintaining a good reputation rather than being money makers.