If the food is terrible and the service is slow, restaurant owners have to accept bad reviews. That’s the law in Northern Ireland, at least.After a highly negative review of his restaurant appeared in The Irish Times, the owner of a Goodfellas pizzeria in West Belfast sued the newspaper for libel. Restaurant critic Caroline Workman had criticized the quality of the food, the staff and the atmosphere of the restaurant. Workman wrote that “the dishes were made with the cheapest ingredients on the market”, and gave the...
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