When they forget your entree order altogether, expect your waiter to come to the table, make a joke about it in front of the other three people in your party who already have their entrees, then tell you that they're not going to charge you for the dinner you haven't received. Be prepared to be very, very grateful for that concession. Then they will offer you a free dessert - be prepared to express your boundless gratitude for that also. When you tell them that you never eat dessert at any restaurant, be prepared for the absence of any further concessionary offers. However, if you're a great negotiator (as I must be) you may be able to acquire a free glass of wine as a substitute for the dessert you would have never ordered anyway. At no point should you expect the absence of your entrée to be anything more than an impromptu cause for amusement between the wait staff and the kitchen. Expect the restaurant manager (or someone pretending to be the restaurant manager) to show up at your table and offer you the same free dessert as was offered to you by your waiter, who has his cellphone tucked in the front of his trousers, awaiting the call from his agent that HBO comedy wants to hire him at any price. By now you should be willing to offer a 20% tip on anything you HAVE received (including the "free" glass of wine) as a means of expressing your appreciation for all the amusement derived by the kitchen staff and wait staff caused by the complete oversight of your entrée order. Whether you choose to concede a tip of any percentage on the entree which you didn't received is entirely your choice. If this kind of entertainment is what you're looking for when you go out for dinner, then you will want to rate this restaurant at 5 stars or higher. If you like the more traditional format, such as good, respectful service and the delivery of the food you ordered, then you may struggle to give it a single star.