I once made a mistake. An unforgettable mistake which haunts me till this day...
That was 3 months back. A new team member just joined us. We did our usual routine and served dinner as usual.
It was only after service had ended that I realized we used the wrong noodle sauce for dinner.
I sat in silence for a long time.
The taste would be OFF for every bowl that was sent out during dinner. 67 very unhappy customers ate and left.
I had failed.
Both sauces were almost iden
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