Nothing to Relish 

Exaggerated claims, inferior ingredients, bad vibe add up to a most unpleasant experience

A restaurant's website is meant to lure customers with attractive photos and details on food and drink. It's essentially an advertisement for what diners can expect to find. Sure, there may be a little exaggerating, but usually you get what you see…

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