....the OP should report it to the health department and if food poisoning was indeed the problem, it would need to be addressed through the proper channels.
GuyFawkes: I agree. I eat there even when I am not shopping that location and this is the first time I have ever had a problem before so I will not be pursuing it. I am just going to let it run it's course. And as far as the report, it never even asked much about the food with the exception of presentation so I never mentioned it in there either.
Kimmiemae: Thank you! It is one of those things you just have to let it run it's course. I'll be fine! I needed to drop a few pounds anyway!
(And note I didn't say definitively that the OP is a health professional; I qualified by adding "or work in a closely related field...." I'm guessing that if someone works in an ER, he or she is in a related field. )
I just thought it would be an informative topic because I had not seen it on here before and I have never had this issue before.
Norovirus is not food poisoning,. But I totally agree about how it makes you feel. I picked it up in India. I have had what I believe were food-borne illnesses in China and India, and while uncomfortable and a nuisance to say the least (and of course it depends a lot on which bacteria or virus it is), Norovirus was much worse and simply horrible. Luckily, the worst of it only lasted 30 hours. I was very close to having to prioritize which end of me had priority in the bathroom. I had decided that if it came to that (it was close a few times) I would get into the shower.