Writer Geraldine visited Michelin-starred restaurant Bros’ in Italy. Unfortunately, her experience was intensely negative
The blogger explained everything that was wrong with the dinner. Her story was so fascinating, it instantly went viral
“This was the largest course of the 27 (We got six noodles and one piece of bread each) I’ve added the bread plate for scale.”
“A course for *two* people at Bros”
Most annoying aspects from the whole dinner experience:
“Rand holding up one of the courses – a paper-thin fish cracker – in its entirety”
“This was a main course. It’s about a tablespoon of food”
“A sliver of oyster loaf with foam. David’s face here says more than I ever can”
“Teaspoon of olive ice cream”
“Rand tries to figure out what part of this dish is edible”
“The meat droplet course”
The chef at Bros’, Floriano Pellegrino, responded to Geraldine’s review with a statement where he spoke about food as art
Geraldine and many internet users found it absolutely hilarious
People had a lot to say about the review:
I think both parties are at fault here; the customer seemingly not having a clue what they were getting into, and the restaurant/chefs for pushing things way too far.
Licking foam out of the cast of the chefs mouth? Only way to top that would be a cast of his/her anus.
...for the chocolate Sichuan pine needle and crushed peanut compote?
These places are often about the experience. And if you have this particular experience, you could have probably known in advance by reviews.
It is idiotic they didn't know how to handle food alergies or have a normal smoke break.
wouldn't even for free