George Dalmon and Andy Miles learned that an offer of “All you can eat” doesn’t apply to them. All you can eat London restaurant “Gogi” says that Dalmon and Miles are “a couple of pigs” and the promotion does not apply to them.
Let’s assess their eating. The men would admittedly each eat five bowls of stir-fry during their regular meals at the Mongolian barecue; which does encourage guests to create their own buffet dishes. Diners are told that they can request “as many meals as you wish”.
Now, the restaurant manager has said that the meal offer does not apply to them. “Basically, they come in and pig out. They are in such a hurry to beat everyone to the food that they spoil everything”. The manager added, “We are not a charity, we’re a business. They eat everything out of all the bowls before other people can get there”.
The two men reported that they had been going to the restaurant for a couple of years and were stunned when the manager came to their table and told them to leave. They described that, “the owner came to our table in front of all the customers and basically went mental. We were banned for life”.
I guess this is a question of an eating contract. I have always wondered if buffets should be “all you can eat” or “all you care to eat”. As a famous man once said, “When I heard of the evils of eating too much, I gave up reading”. OK, maybe no one has ever really said that.
In the spirit of costumes, pic o’ day looks to the Halloween pups: