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What's the sign of a great restaurant? Well, the most likely to know are the professionals. Reddit user ballinlikemyname wanted to know how the rest of us home cooks should select our next dinner date location.

ballinlikemyname asked:

"Chefs, what do you look for when you select a restaurant to dine at?

Not only did people share their red flags, but also how they know a restaurant is going to be good.

Here's some helpful hints from professional chefs and food industry workers to help you pick your next meal.

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Being a chef is way harder than it looks. Trust me, I've watched ten seasons of Hell's Kitchen, so I'm basically an expert. Cooking for an entire restaurant of people, while doing so in a timely fashion, isn't the easiest job in the world. And of course, not all dishes are created equal.

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For anybody who's worked at least a few months in the food service industry, that adage that "the customer is always right" can be a total tease.

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When you work in the service industry you are more than just a waiter, host or bartender. You are also a therapist, a janitor, a cop and a journalist of life. Everyone should have to work at least one month in a bar or restaurant sometime in their lives so they can grasp the scope of the craziness of humanity. The stories bartenders have could fill up story ideas for Oscar winning films until the end of time. And still, nobody would believe half of it.

Redditor u/Adexiss wanted all the liquor slingers out there to share with us a bit by asking... Bartenders of reddit, what is the weirdest thing that you have ever witnessed at your job ?
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It is called fast food. It is not called hasty food.

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