A Chinese restaurant in the Canadian city of Montréal has been praised for its brutally honest menu descriptions.
AuntDai's owner Feigang Fei would rather the customers enjoy their meals, than serve them something "not authentic".
"I don't want to get people disappointed," Fei told As It Happens host Carol Off.
"A lot of people want to be the best and we are simply not the best. That's a fact. We just try to be a little better every day."
Fei says he's tried a lot of dishes on the menu, but some are not that good.
"Comparing to our General Tao Chicken, this one is not THAT good," he described the orange beef.
"Anyway, I am not big fan of North American Chinese food and it's your call."
Fei says there are some dishes that require an "adventurous" palate.
"You need to like real authentic Chinese food to like this [vermicelli salad]. Some adventurous customers may leave the plate full because of the weird texture."
"When I was in China and went to a restaurant, I always ordered this dish [sweet and spicy pork strips]. Since I have so high expectation on this dish, I am not a huge fan of our version to be honest. But don't get me wrong, the plate at our restaurant is very tasty too."
Fei's favourite menu items
The beef and potato stew is one of the owner's favourite.
"Because of this dish, I gained at least five pounds but it gave me so much memory and so more."
The stir-fried pork intestine is also a winner.
"Personally, I don't like plates with intestines and I tried not to eat them until we open a new restaurant, but so many people ask about this. After having it several times, I really like this one. It's one of my new favourites now."
And lastly, the General Tao chicken.
"More than once. More than twice, our customers told me AuntDai has the best General Tao Chicken in Montreal. Hand half way down or three quarters way down maybe."