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Couple Divide Opinion After Telling Chef How To Prepare Their Meal

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Couple Divide Opinion After Telling Chef How To Prepare Their Meal

A couple have divided opinion after rocking up to a restaurant in the US and handing over some instructions on how they wanted their meals cooked and packaged.

The note, which was written by a pair called Alan and... Karen, consisted of six steps on how they wanted their takeout burgers making.

Credit: Jason Lovell/Alamy Stock Photo
Credit: Jason Lovell/Alamy Stock Photo

The instructions are titled: "How To Prepare Alan & Karen's Burgers to Go."

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It then goes on to give numbered steps: "1) All Buns in one container.

"2) All meats in one container. PLEASE burger patties as RARE as possible (Just brown each side).

"3) All veggies in a one container.

"4) All cheeses in a one container.

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"5) Of course fries in a separate containers.

"6) Sauces or other items separate also."

They then signed off the note with: "THANK YOU!"

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The note was posted on to Facebook group 'Don't F With Your Server,' and the caption reads: "Ok, so I don't usually post, but this I couldn't resist... 2 guests came in today with their own printed instructions on how they wanted their food prepared. Absof******lutely, Karen..."

People responded telling the pair that they'd be better staying at home and cooking for themselves.

One wrote: "That will be $5 charge for all of the extra containers," while another added: "That will be 15$ for the burger and 20$ for the containers... and oh! they didn't charge you last time? I'm gonna also be charging you for last time... thank you for your honesty."

Giving them the benefit of the doubt, someone commented: "They might be travelling some distance with their food. They will probably put the meat and the fries in a thermal warming bag. I would accept the compliment that they chose your restaurant for their road trip meal."

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Someone else also saw things from Alan and Karen's perspective, adding: "They are annoying, but at least they are clear, and also seem to understand that they know they are annoying 'fries, of course'.

"I wouldn't get too bent about this, but it's totally reasonable to charge for all the extra containers, since depending on what you're working with each container can be pretty costly."

One person who absolutely didn't find the note remotely acceptable said: "I would have looked at this and said f*** no. Absolutely not."

Featured Image Credit: Facebook/Don’t F With Your Server

Topics: Food, US News, Community, Note

Rebecca Shepherd
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