andygb wrote: »
Years ago, I had my last meal at Pizza Hut.
My wife and I went in and I wasn't feeling that well so ordered a side dish of salad, whilst she had a pizza. We both had diet Cokes.
About midway into the meal, she asked me if I wanted to try a bit of her pizza and she passed a piece over to me.
Within seconds the waiter pounced on us, saying that we couldn't do that because I hadn't ordered it, and if I did it again he would ask us to leave.
I simply said OK and said that I was leaving, and we left having eaten half the food but didn't pay.
I saw no reason why they should have the right to throw someone out for that and then expect them to pay in full for a meal.
snickersbars wrote: »
Their portion sizes often suit me better, and sometimes are still too large - especially kids' packed lunch options!
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