What can chefs tell us about how good a restaurant is? It’s always a crapshoot when dining out at a restaurant for the first time. While it may look good from the outside, the food might not match. And while it’s hard to know that without ordering and tasting the food, there are some clues that may reveal a bad experience awaits, and folks who are in the industry are the most likely to pick up on those.
Well, now those experts are sharing what to look out for, after someone on Reddit asked chefs to reveal the “red flags” that indicate to them a restaurant may not be good.
Red flags include: