It was my second time to dine in this small restaurant. It was a very busy lunchtime. My seat faced the corner of the kitchen, where all the used dishes were piled up. So a couple of dishes fell and broke into pieces. By the time we finished eating, the lunchtime peak was over. So the kitchen staff began to clear the used dishes. I didn’t enjoy the noodles as much as I did before, although the waitresses were cheerful and friendly.
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