We had ordered very simple meals and a few affiliates of this restaurant would have had the easy chance to prevent an object somewhat resembling a coal-dust-brick on a plate from coming on our table (s. picture): the chef (if there was any), the innkeeper (because he was around) and the waiter (who brought it). But everybody appeared to consider this as normal and nobody cared. I scratched off the black burnt cheese crust (as it tastes bitter and assumingly elicits cancer on the long run) and left it then reproachfully in a fine geometrical order on my finished plate. It was taken away without comment and we payed without a comment, left without comment and here we are...with a comment. Why not comment directly in the restaurant? The innkeeper and the waiter were somewhat slow, but polite enough: Because the burnt food was SO obvious that WE did not want to deliver such a basic insight to a restaurant.
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