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Suffer in Silence

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eatsilentbk150.jpgGoodFood visits Brooklyn's infamous silent restaurant Eat — where dinner service unfolds in complete silence — and identifies a big problem in the concept: The inability to send dishes back, if necessary. "I was frustrated that I could not complain that my fish was lukewarm (the waitstaff also remain voiceless) and as my friend attempted to hack through her undercooked branch of Chinese greens, the table dissolved into fits of quiet giggles." [GoodFood; previously]

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