One hot sunny day my wife and I called into the Help Bar (Crikey if anyone needed help it's this place!) A pleasant chap who spent 2 minutes luring us in to taste his 'wonderful food' eventually persuaded us to enter and showed us to a table. It was about 2pm and the place was a quarter full, loads of empty tables. We were given our menus to peruse and ordered a large beer and a small beer. While we were reading the menu, some female staff member walked to our table and asked would we mind moving. I asked why and she said some people wanted to sit at our table and the two tables next to them. I looked behind and a group of about a dozen Turks were looking at us. I said that we had been enticed into the restaurant and shown to this table and as the place was damned near empty, why couldn't they sit elsewhere? The reply was 'they are regulars!'. I couldn't believe the effrontery. So our response was to get up and leave. As we did so our beers arrived, so we told him to place them up a part of his anatomy and his reply was asking for payment. Guess what? He didn't get any! When we spoke about this to our fellow guests later, one couple had experienced this the week before. It's now blatantly clear that tourists are seen as cash cows to some of the restaurants who only want to milk you!
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