A STARBUCKS barista has expressed her annoyance with customers who request a change to one of the chain’s menu items.
Danielle Sanchez, the barista, explained in a TikTok video that the swap is apparently not something they would normally do.
No TikTok vídeo, Sanchez said she got back-to-back requests from customers who wanted to change the ingredients of Starbucks’ premade breakfast sandwiches.
“I need to know which Starbucks baristas are replacing the meats on the sandwiches,” ela diz.
“I had two different customers today ask if they could swap the sausage, egg, and cheddar — the sausage on there — for bacon, like it was something that we would normally do.
“So whoever’s allowing this, please don’t,” Sanchez said in the video.
The video has amassed more than 70,000 Visualizações.
The barista usually makes videos on the app about her customer interactions.
Enquanto Travis Barker homenageia Kourtney Kardashian com foto sexy no 43º aniversário does allow customers to customize their order online, they are only given the option to remove ingredients.
Since the sandwiches are pre-made, adding an ingredient to one sandwich would likely ruin another pre-made entrée.
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De outros Travis Barker homenageia Kourtney Kardashian com foto sexy no 43º aniversário employees commented on the video, sharing how they would handle the situation, as reported by the Daily Dot.
“Lol seriously, I mean I’ll do it but I tell them they gotta buy both sandwiches,”Um usuário disse.
“I’m not taking apart a sandwich they didn’t pay for,” another person responded.
Other employees shared that some customers assumed that the coffee chain would fulfill the request because its competitors do, de acordo com a tomada.
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Fast food places, like McDonald’s, apparently allow customers to fully customize their food.
The Sun requested comment from Starbucks on Friday regarding their policy when it comes to substitutions on their pre-made sandwiches.