Do You Know What Youre Eating When You Eat Out? | Reader's Digest

Do You Know What You’re Eating When You Eat Out?

Waitresses across the country shared these secrets with us about what they serve to unwitting customers.

Condensed from from Reader's Digest, | December 2009

Waiters and waitresses across the country shared these secrets with us about what they serve to unwitting customers.

If you order plain old coffee at a restaurant after 8 p.m., you may be getting decaf. Most stop making two pots late in the day because no one wants to clean them both.
Even the best breakfast buffets in the world often serve scrambled eggs made from powder rather than fresh, and fish served on Sunday has often been languishing for a day or two.
Waitresses know better than to ask for lemon in their drinks. Everybody touches them, nobody washes them. We just peel the stickers off, cut them up, and throw them in your iced tea.

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