A beautiful menu was prepared:
Two customers seated themselves, playing some soft romantic music and dimming the lights:
The Sous Chef also doubled as the maitre d'hote, and waited at the table:
The Head Chef also gave the dishes his attention.
The entree and the main course seemed to be Monaco biscuits with toppings of ketchup, cream cheese, olives and jalapenos, and chips with tomato sauce.
Dessert consisted of chocolate biscuits, sadly depleted in the kitchen because the Head Chef sampled them too freely. (The same problem occurred with the Monaco biscuits, the chips and the cream cheese.)
The Sous Chef made a bowl of Maggi all by herself and divided it between the two customers. Alas, the Kitchen Manager-cum-Dishwasher (fired by the Head Chef for "disturbing the kitchen" and rehired by the Sous Chef ) was busy taking photos elsewhere and forgot to click the Maggi fine cuisine.
There were also delightful drinks of Blue Curacao, Orangeade, and Mint-flavoured water. Here's the Head Chef, in his other role as the drinks waiter:
The Dishwasher was thankful when service ended at the restaurant, because it already meant quite a lot of dishes and bowls to be washed and dried!
The restrauteurs took a bow from the deeply appreciative customers, as also an extra, elderly customer who came a little later. The customers paid the bill with hugs!