5. You pick based on a bunch of attributes that you think you want.
Romaine lettuce topped with tomato, gorgonzola cheese & roasted walnuts.
4. You’re often disappointed when you realize the whole is not greater than the sum of the parts.
My salad has chopped up pieces of walnuts and a few crumbs of cheese. I wanted big hunks of nuts and melty offensively smelly chunks of gorgonzola.
3. Little tidbits often surface that you hadn’t counted on and that negate the positive attributes.
Pepperocini and gorgonzola?
2. What sounded fulfilling can leave you empty.
I expected an offensive amount of super rich gorgonzola instead of crumbled Oregon Cave blue cheese or whatever that was called.
1. You can’t help comparing what’s in front of you now with similar but much better experiences in the past.
I don’t think this restaurant and I will be calling each other again.