Life as a Food Critic Isn't All Edible Roses Well-known New York Times food critic Frank Bruni has announced his retirement, and 63 percent of you wouldn't mind stepping in to fill his shoes. Many of you said it would be awesome to get paid for eating and would love the opportunity to try so many different types of food.
We've all been in crazy situations, and I want to know how you handle entertaining fiascoes and bad restaurant behavior. I'll present a situation and you tell me what you would do. Here's this week's scenario:
You're the renowned chef and owner of a super popular restaurant in a big city. An important food critic is sitting at a table tonight with his friends. When his order is about to be sent out you realize one of the dishes is completely wrong. What would you do?