OK, here’s a question for you: You know of a restaurant that has the most wonderful food but the service is, well, not quiet up to snuff. Do you go back for the food or avoid it because you know that the rest of the dining experience is going to drive you batty? I’m now in this boat and wrote about it in a recent restaurant review for the travel web site UpTake.com:
Good Food, Spotty Service at Royal Indian Cuisine
OK, so the good news is that the other night we went to Royal Indian Cuisine in Duluth and had a really nice dinner. The food was delicious. The bad news, as far it goes, is that the service, while polite, was not great. So, what does that mean? I don’t know. I think I’ll need to give the place a second chance to prove that our experience was an aberration.
I guess you’ll need the whole story, so here it goes. On Friday night, Johanna and I were trying to figure out where to eat. We batted around a couple of ideas, including going to the store for something to cook, but that one was KO’d pretty quickly. Johanna said she was up for Indian food. I was OK with that, but haven’t even noticed an Indian restaurant in the general area, so I was at a loss.
“No worries,” she said. “I know of one.” And so off we went…
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