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It has gotten so bad that there have been restaurants and cafés here in Australia pretty much banning children.
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This chef was the most dedicated passionate chef I have ever worked with in multiple restaurants spanning over a decade.
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So many times I have been in a restaurant trying to have a nice meal when some bratty kid starts screaming at a nearby table.
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There's an official recipe for you to follow that has been approved by the academy of chefs in Bologna.
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He could be referring to Fredbear's Family Diner, but the word, "still" means that it would have to be a sequel, since you have been in the past two restaurants.
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A someone who has been in the restaurant field in Louisville, I'm going to echo this point.
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Have been working in restaurants/bars for amost 20 years as cook/waiter/bartender.
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He has been a celebrity chef in Britain for at least a decade.
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Breitbachs in Balltown is a really good restaurant that has been featured in a critically-acclaimed food documentary (Spinning Plates) and nationally know for their chicken.
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Have you been in the restaurant business at all?
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He isn't a chef, nor has he been trained in culinary arts.
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I have a BBA in Hospitality Management concentrated in Culinary Management with an AAS in Culinary Arts, i have been a chef but in May i start a career in the Navy.
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I have been in the restaurant industry for almost 25 years, in many capacities, including fast food.
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I have been to most of the Mediterranean restaurants in Cincinnati and a few in Columbus area.
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Mcdonalds has actually been the number 1 restaurant in Japan for decades now.
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And smoking has been banned in restaurants and bars in my state here for years.
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I have been called "chef" about a thousand times in lots of different places.
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Most of the chefs on TV have work experience in popular restaurants, so it's not hard to find someone to attest to the quality of their food.
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I have been in restaurants that had such huge gaps on the doors that one time I actually made REALLY brief eye contact with someone while I was taking a dump.
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That must have been so expensive unless you work in a restaurant and they were going to throw it out
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Several act of vandalism against mosques (at least 13) throughout the country and the bombing of a kebab restaurant have been reported in the press.
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Because you guys cater to her crazy requests, which probably have been denied by the other restaurants in town.
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There have already been three restaurants to close in the past couple years (Quiznos, Sandellas, and Freshi), hardly the trend they want to see.
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I have been to the Alice's Restaurant in Northampton, MA that Arlo Guthrie was singing about.
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I recently decided to move back across the country to work with my father and brother at a f/f restaurant that has been in our family for ~40 yrs.
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Your chefs should have been prominent in the industry either previously or currently; take notes on how they critique you.
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I do however have some packets of soy sauce from the Chinese food restaurant that have been in there for a bit...
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I been feed a steady diet of cliff bars, red Bull, and cigarettes and have been working in seven restaurants as the head chef simultaneously for the past 379 years all while teaching a class about charcuterie at a small culinary school.
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I have been to many restaurants in Canada and have brought my own booze.
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Multiple mosques and foreign restaurants have been attacked in France.
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The guy with 10 years of experience that hasn't set foot in a commercial kitchen for 10 years or the guy that spent the first 10 years doing nothing but that has been working in a restaurant for the past 10 years and is currently employed by another restaurant?
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Since a municipal-wide poll in 1999, restaurants in Whitehorse have been able to get liquor licences without a local vote, although there are still no hotels.
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Fast forward a couple of months: On an incredibly busy night, she's the closing manager, I've worked a double shift and have been in the restaurant for 8 or so hours at this point without a break.
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What restaurants have you been to in Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and England?
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Have you actually been to restaurants in other countries?
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I have been two restaurants in the georiga,usa and they have serve them like and one is mirko's pasta
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This restaurant owner has been in the weight loss industry for decades and has probably heard far more fat logic than this subreddit will ever generate, I don't blame him for saying fuck it and giving America what it really wants, with a healthy dose of shame and detest.
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My dad and sister both have Celiacs and I have been working in restaurants for over 10 years.
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Yeah...Saturday night in Dublin restaurant scene has been hopping for a while now...a green shoot of recovery some say
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the new influx of burrito restaurants in town has been a godsend for me, I absolutely love burritos...and although burrito boys is much cheaper and I appreciate that, they are a significant quality downgrade from Qdoba or Mucho Burrito.
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I have been to a lot of restaurants in my city and most all have actual human sized portions.
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If you know any chefs, see if they have space in their restaurants you can rent for less.
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These terms have been in the restaurant industry a long time.
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how do we know they have even been in the restaurant?
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I have been cooking for most of my life, so most of my jobs have been cooking in restaurants.
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"Well, we have been to every restaurant in this entire city, and you have said that same exact thing.
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There has been one restaurant I've been to in past years (although we go out to eat fairly often) that i didn't like any of the food, and that was a mongolian grill - and the problem was something in the oil they cooked with giving it a taste I didn't like (which wasn't helped by the concoction of sauces I put together).
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My entire career has been in running restaurants.
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Tank has been in use in restaurant for 10 years.
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Have been working in restaurants and takeaways most my life so this will be different.
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