A Conversation for Garnish
Mike ODonnell Started conversation Jun 4, 2002
A good restaurant never puts anything on your plate that shouldn't be eaten. OK, that doesn't include bones and olive pits, but they come inside something that should be eaten.
IMSoP - Safely transferred to the 5th (or 6th?) h2g2 login system Posted Apr 5, 2003
I suppose a *very* good eating establishment could be expected to remove those as well, really...
tyrone Posted Jan 24, 2005
No they wouldent as the bones in the meal are there for a reason.Osso-bucco for example should be served with a very tiny spoon with a long handel for eating the marrow from the bones.
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