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"레스토랑에서 주문할때 빵은 brown or white 계란후라이도 어느정도 요리했으면 좋겠는지... 그런 옵션들이 사실 스테이크 굽기정도를 정할때만 있는건 줄 알았는데 외국에서는 주문 시 너무 다양한 질문들이 많아 항상 긴장했었다는>_> 샐러드소스를 따로 줄수 있는지도 물어보고 싶었는데 항상 주문하고나서 생각났었다는..ㅋㅋ
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