Feeding in restaurants not always best place
BREASTFEEDING in public places must be done with a thought for other people (Echo, October 6)
I do not want to see a woman feeding her baby. If asked politely to move from the centre of a restaurant to a quieter place, what is the problem in moving?
Did she think she was being moved from her partner and then to come back to finish her meal?
The restaurant is one I have used for more than 20 years and have always found the service and Mr Chun Kong to be perfect ambassador for the restaurant.
Sunday and Monday evenings £12.00 per head for an all inclusive meal with Indian and Thai cuisine (normal price £14.50).
Bring this voucher to the restaurant complete with your name and email address on it.
Terms: Expires 31st July
Contact: 01452 223782
Valid until: Wednesday, July 31 2013
Women need to get a grip on when they feed their babies.
MR Stoate, Cheltenham