Anyone ever wonder why most (if not all) restaurant reviews make no mention of the restroom facilities?
Aren't restrooms just as important as decor, silverware, ambience, service in making or breaking a culinary experience?
*Most people who dine at a restaurant will probably use the restroom at least once, if not more.
*The sanitary condition of the restroom is often (and best?) tell-tale sign of the cleanliness, and attention to cleanliness, of the restuarant as a whole.
*The restroom is one of two areas where the customer has access to and gets to use the same facilities as the restaurant staff (the kitchen being the other).