Curry house staff hand shocked diners a laminated notice telling them to keep their children quiet while they eat

Mail Online | 3/10/2018 | Lara Keay For Mailonline
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Customers at a curry house were left so shocked when handed a laminated notice telling their children to be quiet that they left without finishing their meal.

Staff at Nepalese Chef in Gloucester hand diners a 'polite' message telling them to keep youngsters under control for fear of disturbing other customers and staff dropping hot food.

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But clients have slammed the note, which is handed to them on laminated paper without a word from staff, as 'shocking' and 'rude'.

One man who received the notice when he had a meal with his seven-year-old daughter said he was 'horrified' by it.

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Other diners have also complained about the restaurant's strict stance, despite it being rated 10th in the city on TripAdvisor.

One customer, Sandeep Amin, from Gloucester, said he visited the restaurant on Monday for his birthday with his family and was 'shocked' when he was presented with the notice.

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He said: 'Once we got seated within two minutes our waiter turned up with this white laminated sheet on which it was written people with children should ask their children to be quiet and not disturb other guests.

'I was shocked as my daughter is seven-years-old and is in Year Two. She has no habit of creating chaos anywhere in public place.

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'I felt greatly offended and the waiter was so rude banging the sheet in front of me as if I was a beggar and was there for free food.

'I felt so embarrassed so I decided that it was going to be a bad birthday celebration and suggested to my wife that we would be better off leaving such a rude place and going to the Hilltop Nepalese restaurant in Worcester street instead.'

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Mr Amin said he had never come across such strict rules in a restaurant before.

He said: 'I have travelled places and been to loads...
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