On second thought, I think I’ll stick with ordering from home.
If you’re brave enough to continue eating out even after reading through these gross chef confessions, as well after hearing about this chef’s confession of wiping his ass with his hand and not toilet paper, you might be unlucky enough to come across this terrible chef who responded to negative feedback about his food by throwing chili powder in a customer’s eyes.
David Evans and his wife Michelle went out to eat at the Prince of Bengal restaurant, but claimed that the meat in the curry he ordered was “tough and rubbery.”
Here’s what occurred, according to the couple:
“When our mains came and the meat was like what I can only describe as rubber, we told the young waiter when he came and asked us ‘how is your food?’ that the meat was very tough and rubber.
To cut a long story short, the Indian chef came to our table. He was extremely rude and aggressive and accused us of not wanting to pay for our food.
We said we would eat the rest of our food but the meat was really not edible.
He started swearing at me, so David said there’s no need to swear at my wife. The chef caused quite a scene and was shouting and swearing, so David walked back to the kitchen door with him asking for an apology.”
Check the video below to see what the chef did (skip to 1:36 to see it unfold):
Man, that chef must really hate reading his comment cards.
David was blinded temporarily, as he also sustained burns to his face and chest. He had drops put under his eyelids at the hospital in order for them to properly recover.
According to his wife Michelle, not one person from the staff reached out to David or offered their help.
David is recovering slowly, and the police are investigating the matter. But it seems like this chef will not only lose his job, but get tossed in the slammer, too.