But still, I found this really deceiving. Cafe/Restaurant owner should not cheated on their customers by putting those overwhelming food pictures on their menu. It should be shown as it is! I would tolerate if they put garnish on the reference picture, and not in real life, just a little bit exaggerating wouldn’t be any problem, but not this much!
I admitted that I was quite disappointed because of the cheese, but I continued to take pictures of this dish, and ate it. However, not too long after, I found out that there was so many garlic inside it, so.. Unfortunately, with a heavy heart, I had to toss it out. (fyi, I hate garlic, pretty much a lot) I guess this dish was truly not meant for me, really.
Overall, I gave Butter & Bean 6.5 out 10 for the ratings.
I will explain why : 1. Because the photo at the menu and the dish that they served, has a lot differences 2. They (still) have no wi-fi, though they already open for almost a month, and 3. Some of the waiters were (still) insensitive. Remember, I said not all of them were like that, just some of them. I didn’t understand whether they were naturally like that or they just don’t care. When I tried to take a picture of the venue, one of them kept walking back and forth in front of me, and there was no customer on that area! I would be patiently waiting for sure if the waiter was on duty, but no, he was not serving anyone, and he acted like I wasn’t even there.
Another thing that made me cringe was when I asked one of them whether it was okay or not to move their little properties on the shelf. I’m always trying to be polite whenever I go to a cafe or restaurant. I always ask permission to take pictures and if I want to move things there. Usually, on other place, they would gladly welcomed me to take any pictures or move anything as I please. But in Butter & Bean, the respond was surprising. He responded, “It’s okay if you want to move the properties on the shelf, but you have to put it back on where it supposed to be later.” I was like……
I ‘asked permission’, not because I needed their permission of course, I was just being polite, and I ALWAYS put things back whenever I moved it around, though the waiter insisted it was their job to put it back. But since he told me what I had to do like he’s the owner of the place, it really made me lose my respect. A waiter should not do that. A waiter should’ve treated the customer like a king, whether they are regular or a food blogger, or whoever. And if the customer do something bad, a waiter shouldn’t intrude, just let the person in charge (manager or owner) take care of it.