Trying new foods and restaurants is a pastime many Brits enjoy – or at least they did before lockdown put an end to that.
And to make sure we’re not wasting our time and money, most of us look up reviews of the locations and dishes before trying them.
Whether that’s on TripAdvisor or Google Reviews we can usually get a pretty good idea of what’s good to eat.
But, it’s not usually the owner of the restaurant who leaves the honest, and sometimes brutal, reviews.
Well, when it comes to Feigang Fei, owner of Aunt Dai in Montreal, Canada, he prefers to let his customers know his opinion of his own dishes right on the menu.
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From the Orange Beef which he says is “not THAT good” compared to “general Tao Chicken” and “your call” to order to the Singapore Noodles which have a curry flavour which is a safe choice but not “SO tasty”.
He says he’s not a fan of his Imperial Rolls because they’re good but a small portion.
While the Mouth-watering Chicken was “very well known, and we are not 100% satisfied with the flavour now and it will get better really soon. Our Sichuan Pepper Chicken Salad is better".
Of his potato stir fry-style dish he said: “This plate will show you how Chinese cuisine can do with our beloved potato.
“This potato julienne dish is very very popular in China – let’s salute potato!”
We’re always praising the humble spud, Feigang!
He even advised customers which item was the “number one choice dish ordered by Chinese customers” so you can get an authentic experience.
Feigang even admits that while some of the new plates have been popular he hasn’t tried them yet.
Discussing the Satay Sauce Beef, he wrote: “This is new on our menu, I did not have a chance to try this one yet.
“According to a lot of customers, this one is very popular, I still don’t have chance to taste it.
“Looks like I should spend more time eating in my own restaurant.”
The hilarious menu was shared by a fan of the restaurant Kim Belair on Twitter.
And, people appreciated the owner’s honesty.
The post racked up nearly 11,000 retweets and 73,000 likes.
One person said: “These are amazing!”
Another wrote: I am kind of in awe of ‘we serve this one because it's expected, I suppose it's fine, there are better things on the menu, order something else you cowards’.”
While a third added: “I now must eat here at some point in my life.
“Like I will get a passport, wait for Covid to be contained, exchange my US dollars for Canadian currency and make a trip to try this charming place.”
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