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The music plays faintly innocently admist the floating flavors Whispering conversations evolve together to form a sweet rhythm opposing the clashing cutlery Chefs shout to catch the waiters attentions orders pasted to the wall like ugly swans in a beautiful pond Dim lights glow like the moon giving a subtropical moonlit effect At reception which is also the bar phones ring incessantly but no-one answers Barpeople scatter around spilling and splashing drinks while plopping in the ice-cubes The receptionist runs around trying to organize the tables as if her life depended on it sprinting here moving something there it looks as if she is at every spot in the restaurant at once The compliment book protected by dust hiding in the corner on a solitary stand contrasts with the glass complimentary sweet jar A large oak effect table sits uninhabited in the corner eager for someone to dwell on it Odd splotches of ketchup and knife scratches stain the table as if a battle wound A lit candle in the middle of the table gradually burns the wick and melts the wax giving off a succulent fresh-lemon scent The old table creaks when the menus are put on the table with a thud Worn and torn string wound in and out of the menu shows the manner in which it has been previously handled crudely and without respect Tissues folded in the starched fan shape never fail to amuse people as to how they are folded in such perfection The table waiter starts to show signs of busyness meals on the way Hot plates burn the lamebrains who touch them and potatoes never cease to roll off Silence hits the recipients of the meal dazed at the thought of food as if they have never been fed for days Table manners disembark One starts eating like a dog through desperation and there is always one that starts before the rest Blobs of sauce
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