If you're looking for funny customer stories or gory details of what actually happens in a kitchen, you might be disappointed.
Although it does feature a few stories, the book is mainly about the waiter psycho-analysing himself and everyone around him. The narrator does a good job narrating what can be a somewhat boring (at times) autobiography. But if you dive into this knowing what to expect, it could be a very enjoyable 9 hrs.
Good, but could be better.
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