I travel a lot and have dined out countless times and I have now had the worst experience ever at any restaurant. I ordered chicken paprikash, a Hungarian dish and being Hungarian origin I knew that what I got was not the Hungarian dish but some sort of Itlian dish with tomato sauce. (It's called paprikash because paprika is used in the sauce and not tomato). It no way resembled chicken paprikash and I was very disappointed in it. I told the waiter about what was wrong with the dish and asked him to inform the chef. He shrugged and walked away. My friend got upset at his attitude and asked to speak to the manager. Long story short, the manager didn't care either. What it boils down to is that most people don't know what this dish should taste like and Miro's doesn't often, if ever, get called on their imposter concoction. The crux of my problem is that they tried to bluff their way out of it (manager "chicken paprikash is not a culinary dish, we are not Hungarian so how can you expect the real dish, etc.") and were always on the offensive. Never any apologies, no caring, just arrogance. They even got upset about our complaint because they were "being embarrassed in front of their customers". Miro, you are in a service industry and you can't treat your customers like dirt when they are not pleased with one of your dishes. We had a party of eight and we all came away shaking our heads. Definitely none of us are going back.
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