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Has success spoiled the owners of Moim? Answer is a resounding "YES"

kwikwit | Feb 11, 200803:21 PM

I went to Moim on Saturday night at 7 p.m. with two friends to celebrate my birthday.
We waited patiently until the last of our party arrived and the hostess told us it would be
a 10 minute wait. Around 10 minutes later the hostess told us she had a table for us but
two of us would have to sit together and share one side of the table. It was a single table
designed to seat two people (one on each end of the table) and she expected two adults to share the same end of the table! There was another single table right next to this table but the hostess didn't offer to push the tables together! We said "no we aren't sitting there like that"! We were astonished that someone would suggest such a ridiculous seating arrangement. We decided to leave but we wanted the hostess to know why we were leaving. The hostess was very apologetic telling us that the OWNERS DO NOT ALLOW THE HOSTESSES TO MOVE TWO SINGLE TABLES TOGETHER TO SEAT THREE PEOPLE WHEN THE RESTAURANT IS BUSY! She could seat three people at a table that fits 4 people -- whenever one of those would be available. I'm sorry but I find that policy to be totally unacceptable and obnoxious.

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