Having dinner with a friend.
Friend orders 2 entrees.
Waiter, with requisite smirk and sarcasm, says, "Good thing we aren't an all-you-can-eat place. That's a hearty appetite you got!"
We ignore the comment, but the rest of the meal was (how do you say?) a bit uncomfortable.
So my question is, who decides that a restaurant's portion size is the "correct" amount of food for all people?
(As an aside, friend is training for a triathlon and "needs" the extra calories, but that's an entirely different thread ... on a different board.)