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How can a restaurant pass off microwaved food as SAUTED???

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How can a restaurant pass off microwaved food as SAUTED???

Some perspective here. Visited Club Serena as we were staying in another resort down the road.

The resort itself looks beautiful but the food was TERRIBLE.

What was listed as 'Mixed Buttered Vegetables' turned out to be a cold, sodden mess of thawed frozen peas and carrots, with butter thrown on top like it was an afterthought.

Absolutely no pride taken in cooking. We also ordered a pork grill (that tasted actually ok - the meat was tasty) but there was more of that frozen vegetable stuff on that plate. The meal came with a soup - and I love soups - and I HATED this - it tasted of CINNAMON that clashed terribly with the saltiness of the broth.

How on earth can a restaurant serve such terrible food???

boracay
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1. Re: How can a restaurant pass off microwaved food as SAUTED???

That's a shame. Some places also have access to the nicest fresh seafood and still serve frozen.

Oslo
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2. Re: How can a restaurant pass off microwaved food as SAUTED???

You need to take your experience and write it up under restaurants for others to see.

3. Re: How can a restaurant pass off microwaved food as SAUTED???

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