Got it - farm to table, but that isn't a license to rob your customers. The food had better be amazing if you're going to charge a bundle and the food here is more hit and miss. Imagine sitting down at a culinary school for dinner - you're going to get some winners and some losers - but you can't expect your customers to foot the bill for your experiments.
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