Visited with my 88 year old mother. We had the soup of the day - parsnip and Korma which was served quickly and was delicious. However, during our lunch, a white aproned man appeared from outside, walked straight up to a mature couple, who were quietly enjoying their lunch, and proceeded to harass them, telling them that they should not be sitting there at a table for four, which HE said was only meant to be used by four people or families requiring the use of a high chair. However, there was no sign stating this, and given that there were only 7 people (none of whom were children) in the whole establishment, this RAMPAGE (cant think of a better description of his behaviour) seemed completely unnecessary and excessive and was obviously embarrassing for the couple. He continued this rant to his staff to the embarrassment of all seven customers present. IS THIS THE BEHAVIOUR WE WANT VISITORS / TOURISTS TO WITNESS IN OUR COUNTRY ??????????
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