Word on the Street: Zagat survey shows what annoys restaurant goers

New Yorkers are the most bothered by prices, while inattentive staff is the least of their problems.

New Yorkers are the most bothered by prices, while inattentive staff is the least of their problems. (12/4/13)

THE BRONX - A new Zagat survey is revealing what makes restaurant customers chomp at the bit.

According to the survey, the top complaint among diners is noise in the restaurant, with quality of service coming in next. Prices came in as the third most bothersome part about eating out, followed by crowds.

When broken down by state, New Yorkers felt inattentive staff is the least of their problems, while prices are the most bothersome.

Bronx diners shared with News 12 a number of different things that annoy them the most, including poor service and other people staring at their food.

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