Bad meal turns into positive experience
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Bad meal turns into positive experience

Logiudice’s meal at Eat Joy Sept. 26. All photos provided by Logiudice. After being disappointed with her usual go-to restaurant at Eat Joy, a University of Connecticut student got a free meal at Love Art Sushi, offered by the co-founder. Camille Logiudice, a tenth-semester communication major, said that she visited Eat Joy on Sept. 26 — her once-a-week tradition. After ordering her usual, warm rice with corn, red cabbage and carrots with one spicy tuna, one or two kanikama, edamame beans, scallions, spicy mayo and creamy garlic sauce, the employee making her meal kept adding extra soy sauce to her meal, approximately 10 to 12 packets. “I had a feeling she had ruined my bowl, and sure enough, when I sat down to eat at a table with my friend, the bowl was swimming in a good centimeter or two of soy sauce,” Logiudice said. Logiudice said that she asked for the meal to be remade but, she said she was given resistance from the staff and was ultimately given some more rice and had some of the sauce drained. She said she was disappointed but tried to eat as much as she could because she could not believe […]

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