Very specific customers are hardly rare, especially in restaurants in New York City.
But the chef at a beautiful Big Apple location was surprised when he discovered that an extremely detailed order was not for his customer, but for their dog.
Journalist Anna Silman, who is friends with the chef, has shared the hilariously long reception in a Twitter message that has since been viral.
& # 39; My friend is the chef in a very chic NYC restaurant and this is an order he received today & she said.
Journalist Anna Silman, who is a friend of a chef at a & # 39; extremely chic NYC restaurant & # 39 ;, shared the very specific order that a customer asked for his dog this week
The voucher starts with an order for one hamburger, medium rare – a simple enough request.
Then it notes that there should be no cheese, also quite normal.
But then the receipt says: & # 39; this is for a dog & # 39 ;.
It then goes into a detailed list of everything that the patty cannot contain.
& # 39; No salt, no oil, no spices, no pepper, & # 39; is it. & # 39; Absolutely clear, no toppings, no trimmings. No bacon, no pickles, no onion, no bread, no lettuce. No salad. & # 39;
The receipt quickly caught the attention of Twitter and collected more than 120,000 likes. It also received hundreds of comments from people who found the reception hilarious or strange
& # 39; Only the simple patty & # 39 ;, finally says it before the chef is reminded again of & # 39; This is for a dog & # 39 ;.
The receipt quickly caught the attention of Twitter and collected more than 120,000 likes and 17,000 retweets.
It also received hundreds of comments from people who found the reception hilarious, strange or recognizable.
& # 39; Does the dog talk to the owner to make sure the patty is not salted? & # 39; a user joked.
The tweet also inspired many animal lovers to reveal the incredible effort they have come to do for their own animals, especially during their final days
& # 39; He guards, he attac, but usually he wants a la carte snacc & # 39 ;, another joked.
& # 39; I'm so confused. Wouldn't it be easier to just … cook it yourself? & # 39; one user asked.
The tweet also inspired many animal lovers to reveal the incredible effort they have come to do for their own animals, especially during their final days.
& # 39; I am a vegetarian teacher who has just bought boneless kafa wings for wild cats, so in principle I do this & # 39 ;, revealed one woman.
There were also happy memories, including a commentator who always takes their dog (pictured) to In-N-Out, where she is known by name
& # 39; I fed my cat cooked chicken by hand when she died of cancer. I get it, & # 39; another added.
One pet owner revealed that they had made a cooked chicken and rice pie for their & # 39; Brewski & # 39; in the last few months so that they could feed him with a syringe.
& # 39; & # 39; In the morning I had to let my chihuahua sleep. He had cake with icing (lots of icing) for breakfast, & another one revealed.
One chef revealed that he worked in a restaurant with a dog menu, while another commenter commented that they had recently seen a dog menu in a restaurant in California
There were also happy memories, including a commentator who always takes his dog to In-N-Out, where she is known by name.
& # 39; They know me and my dog well enough to take a burger pie, no bun, no sides, no spices. They always shout "Hello Henna!" from the drive-thru window, & they wrote, including a sweet photo of their dog at the drive-thru.
Another commenter revealed that their friend takes his dog to Arby's once a week.
& # 39; Never get anything for themselves, just a pile of meat for his dog & # 39 ;, they wrote. & # 39; They go to the park, the dog eats, they play Frisbee. I want to be reincarnated like a dog. & # 39;
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