7. Attitude Makes All The Difference
Restaurants often provide their best services to the reviewers as they know it’s a question of their reputation. Asking a few questions about the restaurant’s history, their best food, etc. can portray you as a reviewer and then the benefits are along your way.
8. Craving For Something fresh? Ask For Unsalted Fries
Asking for salted fries isn’t a good idea. You never know they might be fresh or not. Instead, go for the unsalted ones and add salt on your own. Salty fries are no doubt delicious, but what if they are not fresh? Instead, order unsalted ones to enjoy fresh fries and if needed, sprinkle some salt.
9. Enjoy Food At Your Own Pace At A Bar
Restaurants don’t find it good to let their customers wait. So you cannot sit down idle after you’ve finished eating. You can enjoy your food at a restaurant and a bar both but the difference and a benefit in a bar are you don’t need to leave your chair after eating.
10. Ask For A Burrito Without Rice Or Beans If You Want Meat Added To It Without Any Extra Cost
Thinking about ordering a burrito with extra portion of meat inside without paying more? Removing rice or beans can be a good option as they won't have any other option left to fill it with except meat. Sadly, this trick will only work in taco bell.
11. Not Sure What To Order? Just Ask The Waiter
Have a word with the waiters to know about the best dishes of the restaurant as they know about it all. Waiters seem to give you a way out towards choosing the best delicious item they have.
12. Never Ask For Heavy Iced Drinks In A Non-Refill Restaurant
Grab all the ice you need if free refills are offered! But if every cup costs the same, then get a drink with either light ice or no ice. Wouldn’t you want your drink having excessive water, right? Then order little or no ice at all!