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Thread: Shellfish allergies in the sushi bar

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    you should have told her to get lost and never come back, why be polite to such impudent f*cks.

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    Consumer perspective here:

    Going to a sushi bar with shellfish allergy is stupid. Demanding the kitchen to be put on hold for one hour just for you - and put all other customers at a disadvantage - too.

    The customer is always right mentality has gone too far.

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    Is it just me or do others have the same problem with the title of this thread? I keep reading "Selfish allergies in the sushi bar".

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    Anyone who has a life-threatening shellfish allergy who goes out to eat at a sushi bar is an idiot, or has a mild or "fashionable" allergy.

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    Funny my co-worker was deathly allergic to shellfish but he managed to help prepare it all day long.

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    So... Adding shrimp shells to the dashi, a crab (with a c) appetizer and lobster rolls is not the right answer?

    A lady I date has a shellfish allergy. We don't go to seafood restaurants. Done.
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    This reminds me of the group of Chinese students eating at Jiro's sushi place and demand the fish to be cooked as they don't eat raw fish....


    http://eater.com/archives/2014/05/12...bashi-jiro.php

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    Quote Originally Posted by brianleepy View Post
    This reminds me of the group of Chinese students eating at Jiro's sushi place and demand the fish to be cooked as they don't eat raw fish....


    http://eater.com/archives/2014/05/12...bashi-jiro.php
    This is the response they would have gotten
    http://www.ebaumsworld.com/video/watch/84125518/


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    P.S. They subsequently apologized. (But pretty surprising, even outrageous, nevertheless.)

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    if people state "deathly" allergic, typically respond with wont serve you. Then they reply "not deathly allergic". We cater to some VIPs that have dietary limitations .and if time permits we will swap out gear to accomidate. but there are plenty of times we wont do it.

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