Dismissiveness as a Virtue

In a recent column, San Francisco Chronicle restaurant reviewer Michael Bauer posed the question of whether rude service can become a virtue, in relation to Mission Chinese’s failing customer service. He argues that because the restaurant’s food is so good, its “anti-establishment and dismissive” customer service is a ploy to set it apart in the restaurant world. Agree or disagree? Read more here.

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  1. Stacey

    If it’s not a ploy, they need to address the problem. If it is a ploy, they need to address the problem and take a good look at why they think being dismissive is a plus. I don’t care how good the food is, if the staff is rude and acts as though they’re doing me a favor instead of doing their jobs, I won’t bother to return.

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