More on Moki's Service
Anybody have a clue why they insist on bringing all dishes in whatever random order the kitchen happens to turn them out? Why, for example, it makes literally no difference to these people if you say "I'd like to start with the seaweed salad, and then have the fish entree, and my partner here will start with Miso and then have the ribs"? No matter how you phrase it, the ribs might come first, alone, followed five minutes later by the seaweed salad, and ten minutes later by the Miso, and then, when absolutely all other food has been consumed by both parties (who never intended to share, but simply starved their way to splitting every plate), the fish entree? What gives? Why even offer a "fish entree" accompanied by mashed potatoes and sauteed arugula as if it were a perfectly standard main-course-for-one-person, if you refuse to serve it in like fashion?