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Q: Random food served in restaurants?

I'm pretty tired of Chinese restaurants. Apart from being extemely special when it comes to eating (especially in China) I find that when I actually find something 'edible', I will return to that same place and order the same food but, unfortunately for me, the food is random and I often recieve something as totally different in taste as presentation. Why?

9 years 39 weeks ago in  Food  - Lanzhou

 
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Consistency? What's that? Why would anyone bother? Shock

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remember where you are! quality is not translatable, it is a foreign concept here. i have had the same experience sweet and sour pork, they hit me something not cooked right or prepared right, i stopped going there. tough to do you end up forgetting which restaurants you stopped going to Tongue

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I guess you better work harder on your Chinese so you can get exactly what you want Wink

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This likely explains why many of us who haven't fine to McDonald's for years in our homelands started going there again after moving here...

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