The internet is once again entreating you to change your eating habits when you dine out. But you'll probably just ignore these kind people of Reddit, like you always do, and instead share their fun facts over a steaming plate of disgusting restaurant calamari. That's certainly the best way to retain your happiness, if not your health.
Here's the food 10 restaurant workers said they would never order.
1. Seagullhunter might eat seagull, but not in broth.
2. OrchidBest explains how calamari suffers from the same oversight as soup.
3. Uh oh, brakos is here to ruin your Subway order.
I work at a Subway. If you're not going to a busy store (say, near a major tourist attraction, sports stadium, or festival) don't get the harvest bread, since it usually sits around for days. On an average day at my store in a boring mid-sized city, we bake:
10-12 batches (100-120 loaves) each of Italian and Herbs and Cheese and run through those pretty quickly (within 6-8 hours unless it's overnight).
About 4-5 batches (40-50 loaves) of Wheat and Honey Oat, and we're also usually rid of those within the same time frame, but on a rare occasion they last about 24 hours.
One batch (10 loaves) of harvest bread when the need arises, which is only about once a week or so.
4. Ripewdecay sticks with the pizza at Pizza Hut.
5. Bgar0312 brings up a common complaint on this thread.
6. Only drink soda if RebelWithoutAClue works there.
Every time I started at a place, first thing I would do is take apart the soda fountain and give it a good cleaning. So much biofilm goo in the nozzles.
7. TheCSKelpto has even more details about why you never order soup.
There's a lot of red flags when it comes to soup, and I love me some soup. If it's real salty you know it's been on the heat all day. If it's watery, they just added cream/water to it. If it's thick, it's been on too long. The only places I order soup from are soup places. Not Subway, that offers soup as well.