I won't eat at Basil Leaf again because of a weird and very disappointing experience with the management. After finishing lunch, I left my camera sitting on the table. Some minutes later, I realized this and returned to find my camera missing. Of course, ""gone missing"" is a frequent fate of cameras and is hardly unusual, but there were very few customers in the restaurant at that time. When I returned later to ask about the camera, the hostess/manager was entirely disinterested in my questions from the beginning of our conversation, and clearly couldn't care less. She checked behind the counter where lost and found items were kept, and when the camera wasn't there, said I must have left it somewhere else. I replied that I was sure I had left it there, and she countered defensively by saying that nothing like this had ever happened in her 11 years there,that my ""story sounded funny"" - accused me of lying about losing the camera! - and then threatened to call the police unless I left immediately. No voices were raised during our conversation, it seemed clear that she just didn't want to deal with the situation. I was dumbfounded because at no time did she express any kind of sympathy or caring about the customer's concerns (for example, saying "" I'm sorry your camera went missing at our restaurant"" or ""I will try to look into this more tonight and will let you know what I find out""). I grew up working in my family's retail business, and I know customers can be a pain in the rear sometimes, but at the very least, they should be treated courteously. Cameras come and go, and realistically I was not expecting that they would be able to produce or replace it, but in my many years of being a customer I have never been treated with such indifference and hostility by business management.