Do you expect grilled or steamed anything to have butter on it?
I’ve probably asked a question similar to this before, but I don’t remember specifically.
I ordered grilled zucchini at Ruby Tuesday’s and it was served soaking in butter. I know I can ask the waiter before I order how it is prepared, and I have been burned on things like this before, but I didn’t ask beforehand.
I’m just wondering what other people assume when they hear grilled or steamed. To you is it just the cooking method and if they add a ton of butter before serving it to you is it fair game? They aren’t being dishonest or misrepresenting?
I probably would not go as far to say it is dishonest, but I do think most people think grilled or steamed implies extra fats were not used, surely not floating in fat. Maybe a brush of oil so it doesn’t stick to the grill.
How do you look at it? What do you expect?
I was annoyed because if I knew I was going to consume two tablespoons of butter I would have ordered a burger instead.