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Is this a good way of sending my compliments to the chef?

micheniche | Feb 7, 2010 03:50 AM

I'm a frequent customer of one of the best contemporary french restaurants in the place I live. Recently, my visit has been such a buzz amongst my family members because he made us a very delectable foie gras parfait and it was actually a complementary dish. This has not happened only once. Not only that, he even gave us truffle butter to go with our bread ( a must before most meals if this is alien to you ) instead of the standard herbed butter that most customers would get.

Once, my sister asked if he could make a chocolate fondant dessert for her, he made one for her and it was free as well.

Therefore, my sister decided to give him her homemade tiramisu ( 10 out of 10 people have tried it and all ten of them loved it, so it's foolproof ) as a form of compliment to him on our next visit, which will be pretty soon.

What do you guys think?

p.s: Pardon my mistakes if there are any. I don't really know how to put this in words.

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