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The WaiterExuisitely observed and wickedly playful The Waiter is a novel for lovers of food wine and of European sensibilities but also for anyone who spends time in restaurants on either side of the serviceDelicious New York Times As ifThe Remains of the Day had been written by Kingsley Amisbrilliantly exuisiteThis book is a meal you wont want to finish J Ryan StradalA sly amuse bouche of a novelits atmosphere and observations are deliciously richMail on SundayWelcome to The Hills Oslos most esteemed restaurant an institution stewed in tradition and clinging to the faded grandeur of old Europe A neurotic waiter tends to the desires of his clientele Aristocrats and artistes wealthy widows and roguish entrepreneurs he observes all their dramas with a wit as sharp as a filleting knife At table ten sits the impeccable Mr Graham impatiently awaiting a special guest When at last she arrives young beautiful mysterious she will prove to be a challenging new flavour threatening both our waiters nerves and the delicately balanced ingredients of the roomEx. Fantastic characters great use of language congratulations to the translator but not really anything you could call a plot Some very interesting situations very well described but really nothing happens I hadn't known people were comparing it with A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles There is no comparison That is one fantastic story fantastically well told This isstrange And then it just stops

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Xuisitely observed and wickedly playful The Waiter is a novel for lovers of food wine and of European sensibilities but also for anyone who spends time in restaurants on either side of the serviceDelicious New York Times As ifThe Remains of the Day had been written by Kingsley Amis brilliantly exuisite This book is a meal you wont want to finish J Ryan StradalA sly amuse bouche of a novel its atmosphere and observations are deliciously richMail on SundayWelcome to The Hills Oslos most esteemed restaurant an institution stewed in tradition and clinging to the faded grandeur of old Europe A neurotic waiter tends to the desires of his clientele Aristocrats and artistes wealthy widows and roguish entrepreneurs he observes all their dramas with a wit as sharp as a filleting knife At table ten sits the impeccable Mr Graham impatiently awaiting a special guest When at last she arrives young beautiful mysterious she will prove to be a challenging new flavour threatening both our waiters nerves and the delicately balanced ingredients of the room. The Waiter both the book and the person delighted me I admire writing of this sort where words those simple but wonderful words are capable of stirring the imagination in a special way I was there dining at The Hill I was sorry when it ended as I looked forward to my evening visits A bit of Romanesue perhaps

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Read The Waiter 107 ↠ [Download] ➽ The Waiter Author Matias Faldbakken – Goproled.co.uk Exuisitely observed and wickedly playful The Waiter is a novel for lovers of food wine and of European sensibilities but also for anyone who spends time in restaurants on either side of the serviceDel Exuisitely observed and wickedly playful The Waiter is a novel for loUisitely observed and wickedly playful The Waiter is a novel for lovers of food wine and of European sensibilities but also for anyone who spends time in restaurants on either side of the serviceDelicious New York Times As ifThe Remains of the Day had been written by Kingsley Amis brilliantly exuisite This book is a meal you wont want to finish J Ryan StradalA sly amuse bouche of a novel its atmosphere and observations are deliciously richMail on SundayWelcome to The Hills Oslos most esteemed restaurant an institution stewed in tradition and clinging to the faded grandeur of old Europe A neurotic waiter tends to the desires of his clientele Aristocrats and artistes wealthy widows and roguish entrepreneurs he observes all their dramas with a wit as sharp as a filleting knife At table ten sits the impeccable Mr Graham impatiently awaiting a special guest When at last she arrives young beautiful mysterious she will prove to be a challenging new flavour threatening both our waiters nerves and the delicately balanced ingredients of the roomE. Like several other reviewers I bought this book based on the comparison to 'A Gentleman in Moscow' and my love for modern Scandinavian authors however I was terribly disappointed The novel starts off on the right foot interesting characters evocative descriptions of the hotel and the intricacies of the dining room But then unfortunately it goes off the rails rather uickly This is one of those books that when you reach the final page you can't believe the story is over because uite frankly nothing has happened