My food was okay: a small steak with abundant fries, which were too thinly sliced and too dry and crunchy for my liking. But what I really disliked was the waiter who was overly "attentive": He would pop up and interrupt us every other minute to ask us if we were ready to order, and later to collect our dishes before we finished, etc. He was also a bit bossy, too: When I told him I wanted my steak well done, he rolled his eyes, saying: "Well done or medium?", and when I repeated "Well done", he rolled his eyes again, saying: "No good, but it' up to you!". Moreover, my flat, non-fizzy coke was $4: the highest I've paid for a soda in a non-fancy restaurant, I think. And at the end, after having decided to pay a lower-than-usual tip, as a reflection of our dissatisfaction, we realized that we didn't even have this luxury, because tips were pre-set! This I think is rude, arrogant customer service. I thought a tip is supposed to be a voluntary gratuity: the customer's way of showing their appreciation or lack thereof of the service received, and that its higher or lower amount should come to reflect that. Thus, forcing a set amount on the customers is definitely in bad taste. Never again!
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