I ordered what was supposed to be a tomato soup with sour cream according to the menu. The waitress came in with my soup and I kid you not, it had whipped cream on top. The consistency was far more lighter, than sour cream, it tasted sweet (just like whipped cream on desserts) and its' shape looked like it was freshly squeezed out of a can. When the waitress returned with my friends' pizzas, I expressed my feelings concerning the cream on my soup. The only replies I got in return was "This is how we always make the soup", "That is sour cream", etc. When it became clear to us, that I wasn't going to get a new portion with actual sour cream, my friend asked the waitress whether it was possible to have the soup without any cream at all. With slight hesitation she agreed but proceeded to ask If it was ok If she just scooped the cream out. I was done arguing, so I gave her my consent. When she returned downstairs to the kitchen we heard loud arguing between the workers. At the end, the cook insisted to make an entirely new soup for me, which I was thankful for.
According to my friends, the pizzas were okay, but I do not recommend getting the tomato soup.
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