You took your family to a nearby restaurant. You were disappointed with the meal and wish to complain to the manager. Write a letter to the manager of the restaurant. In the letter: explain why you were at the restaurant describe the problems write about the action you want the manager to take

Dear sir/madam, I would like to complain about the meal and services which you provide to your customers.
Firstly
, I came to the restaurant
last
Monday because it is near to my house as well as highly recommended by my friends so, I decided to give treat my family and
also
wanted to celebrate my mothers birthday. I had high expectations from the restaurant.
Secondly
, I faced many problems which not only spoiled my mood but
also
ruined the celebrities. Their service was very slow I waited for my order for about an hour but, when I got the food was overcooked and too salty,
Instead
take any action against my complaint they just tried to convince me.
Lastly
, l wish you should do something against it like to give warning the staff members and give instructions to be a professional in their work. I hope you give a positive reply to my problem . Yours faithfully, Preet
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