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allen.jpgTim Allen, chef of the Michelin-starred London restaurant Launceston Place, "traded his whites for his best suit for a taste of life front of house." It is somewhat uneventful and goes "without a hitch." But he does share a good nightmare waiter story: "[A] place I worked at up north a few years ago, one of the staff fell out with the boss. He quit but on his way out the door he went through the restaurant stopping at every table to tell the guests how awful the boss was. The restaurant was full." [Independent]

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