Friday, December 7, 2007

Sandwich Baron

RE: CHEESE SALAD

Today I ordered a Cheese Salad from your Melrose Crossing outlet. It's not that there was anything wrong with the taste, the packaging, the price or the ingredients. In fact, I sort of enjoyed the little salad. Or I would have if I was preparing myself to eat a french salad.

Thing is...when I order a cheese salad I expect delectable cubes of different types of cheeses...at least Feta and Mozzarella..... along with some salady things like lettuce, onions, tomato etc. But a lot of focus on the cheese cubes since it is after all a CHEESE salad. Am I wrong in expecting this???

I do not expect a normal French salad with grated cheese on top! It's an outrage! If I wanted a French Salad I would have ordered one and asked for a little bit of grated cheese on top. But I wanted a cheese salad...I was in the mood for cheese!

I would appreciate it if you could look into the matter for me.

Regards

Ruby

10 comments:

Natalie said...

Totally agree Ruby! It's a dam CHEESE salad!

Ruby said...

my point exactly! now, if only I could get Sandwich baron to understand that

The Blonde Blogshell said...

OH my goodness!! Ha ha ha ha ha!!! Your letters are brilliantly funny!
I ordered a chicken salad once and half way through eating the greenery I suddenly wondered where the chicken was... HATE IT!!
Have a wicked weekend!!
x

The Divine Miss M said...

My housemate gets a cheese salad from Tesco's (local supermarket) all the time and it is basically a normal boring salad with grated cheese on the top. I also do not understand why it is called a "Cheese Salad".

Damn liars. I want cheese!

Ruby said...

oh my goodness!!! seems like it has become a global problem......we're gonna hafta look into this girls!

Bridget said...

Hee hee hee Rhu! *smirks at new nickname bestowed by self* You're amazing!

Glugster said...

Hey Ruby. I tagged you. Don't know how you're gonna put it in a letter, but I insist that you try!

Ruby said...

Bridge - I'm guessing the nickname is in return for bridge? It's cool tho;-) Rhu.....wasn't the baby kangaroo in Winnie the Pooh called Rhu/Roo/Rooh? Anyway, thanx;-)

Glug - I'll use my ridiculous intelect to shove it into a letter....watch this space;-)

angel said...

and did they?

Ruby said...

angel - sadly no