Understanding a diner's dilemma in sending back a dish

10/5/2009 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

While some people are leery about sending a bad meal back to the kitchen, chefs such as Jason Shaffer at Morton's, Downtown in Pittsburgh, would rather see the meal come back than have patrons leave mad. In many cases, people won't send back a dish because the rest of the people at their table are already eating.

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