I see that you are very aware of what you eat and drink,
You are what you eat but I will drink anything :)
I have recently stopped being vegetarian, went to Hungary and had to try the goulash, yum yum pig's bum.
I am not eating much meat these days but at least I have not gone back on the cigarettes.
Ah, in sphincter, you get huge portions, what is it meant to be anyway Egyptian?
The lads have done well for themselves by setting it up.
There are a few things I can't stand about some restaurants in ex-communist countries.
Is when they weight each individual part of your dinner separately. e.g. the menu has the fish's price per Kg, so you never know how much it costs.
You order a meal, say trout and you have to pay extra for veg and spuds. It is always a rip off.
Poor service, this is changing a lot but still sometimes you get Mr's 'I couldn't care less if you lived or died' serving you.
If the waitress/waiter were to show his teeth, it'd be an act of aggression, like a rabid dog.
Slow food restuarants, going for a lunch break and waiting an hour for the menu, an hour to get your order in and an hour to get your food and last but by no means least an hour to pay for it. (the trick to the last one is just to simply walk out, they hurry then).
A nice ex-commie general's restaurant, where you know capitalist scum like you were never meant to be and where all the generals (these days over the top formal, unfriendly, business men) sit patting each other on the back and the waiter serves you as if you are less than him.
6. Huge tables that are meant for 12 people and two people are there, so it is taken and you may not sit down.
7. Restaurants that scream the order out, they even have them on speakers "PEROGIIIIIII!!!!".
8, A restaurant where you can not move tables, for any reason, because you will mess up the staff's system (if indeed you can call it a system).
9. Where the menu is the size of "War and Peace".
Better off doing 5 things well than 150 things substandard.
10. Your in a nice elegant restaurant and they have the pop radio blasting as if it were a disco-tec.
11. When they have TVs blasting, not for the clients, oh no, for the staff.