Went to Kwizien Divien past Saturday, as the restaurant was mentioned in Gault Millau Belgium. Before taking the orders, the waiter mentioned that the 'cuisine' requires that we do not choose more than two different meals per course for the table. A bit curious, all the more so as only 4 or 5 tables (out of 20 maybe) we occupied. We should have stopped it at that stage and left for another restaurant with a less lazy cook. We had duck filet as a main course, which unfortunately appeared to be as tender as the sole of our shoes. I mentioned it to the waiter, whose only reaction was to tell us that "normally it should be tender". Full stop. No offer to replace the meals, no excuse, not even a coffee offered or any consideration from waiter or from the chef. The best at the end: when willing to pay the bill with my credit card, the waiter mentioned that the card terminal ist not working (seems to be a chronical issue in the city, everybody prefers cash and has no terminal or a terminal out of service -must be tax driven), and that I have to follow to the hotel reception. I told him that this is not necessary, as I don't have to input any code in the terminal but just have to sign the ticket. However he insisted that I follow. I finally understood why: when confirming the payment, the terminal prompts you to give a tip for the service. This was obviously the only reason why I could not stay at my table. Finally I paid my bill, left no tip, neither on the terminal nor in cash, and will certainly never eat there any more.
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