Restaurant provides solo diner with goldfish companion: ‘So nice and thoughtful’

A traveler eating alone at a restaurant in Mumbai, India, said the eatery went to great lengths to ensure he would not be lonely.
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Hopefully this man wasn’t eating fish at the time.

A traveler eating alone at a restaurant in Mumbai, India, said the eatery went to great lengths to ensure he would not be lonely.

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Prakash Mallya shared a photo on Twitter of a single goldfish swimming inside a crystal-clear bowl, with the name “Antonio” stamped on top.

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“Land in Mumbai, walk into the hotel restaurant for a quick meal. The hotel staff come by to leave this on my table as company given I was eating alone. So nice & thoughtful and something that’s never happened in all my travel thus far,” Mallya captioned the snap, along with the hashtag “#customerexperience.”

Many commenters on Twitter found the restaurant’s gesture to be sweet — and some even shared their own experience of eateries offering them dining buddies.

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Others, though, were concerned about the fish’s habitat — but the restaurant, Trident Bandra Kurla, ensured the fish was well taken care of.

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Trident BK also responded to Millya by welcoming the man back anytime.

“Thank you for your kind words,” the eatery wrote. “We look forward to welcoming you back soon!”

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