Am I the only person bothered by cheap, flimsy, stamped-aluminum cutlery? I had lunch at Slice Pizzeria’s Magazine Street location earlier this week, and a nice arugula salad & two slices of pizza dropped several notches in perceived quality because of the awful flatware. A dull, serrated knife prevented me from cutting the pizza, though somehow it shredded the paper beneath the slice. The fork’s aluminum aftertaste didn’t complement the lemony dressing on the pleasantly bitter greens. Adding insult to injury was a stamped floral pattern trailing down the fork’s handle….the sad little attempt at design simply highlighted the inferior quality. Heck, you could buy enough decent flatware at garage sales on a random Saturday to outfit a restaurant the size of Slice, should the restaurant supply house prices on quality forks & knives exceed this establishment’s budget. I just don’t get it: why skimp on the very items used to convey food to the diner’s mouth?