Not Ready for Prime Time?

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My husband and I love to try new restaurants, especially small, ethnic ones. Of course, we would quickly go bankrupt doing this if we did it all the time, so instead we view it as a special treat. Recently we dined in a tiny Pakistani restaurant the night after it opened. Every dish we got was different from the one we ordered. We waited a half hour or more between courses. The manager yelled at the wait staff, and the waiters screamed at the chef. It was a hair-raising experience to have dinner at a place that just wasn't ready, and ever since, we've referred to the place as the Not Ready for Prime Time Restaurant.

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