Went for lunch today, ordered the meatloaf. The menu described it as 100% ground beef and as I was eating it I noticed some chopped up bacon in the meat. I don’t eat pork/bacon/ham so I was a little unhappy. I ate the sides instead. After lunch I discreetly got up and asked for the manager, who it turned out, was the chef owner. I explained that it didn’t occur to me to ask if there was bacon in it because the menu clearly said 100% beef. He was very courteous and offered to not charge me, but I had left my money on the table and said I wasn’t alerting him to get a free lunch but to just say the menu was misleading.
I do realize that restaurants can’t list every ingredient, nor do I expect them to but I felt that 100% beef was a little misleading if they are going to add bacon to it. Maybe my mistake I should have asked. This was an ‘upscale’ individually owned burger place, not a chain nor a diner.