I hate leaving bad reviews because I want to give everyone the benefit of the doubt. However having been to luv a coffee several times I find I need to write a review. The food is good, not great but good. It's tasty and satisfying but the 'comes with chips' should be - we'll give you five chips and the other people who've ordered get ten and the other person gets twenty. If you're going to have chips as a free side ensure everyone gets the same. Second the condiments are really expensive. For a maybe four cm diameter and one cm deep teeny bowl of aioli it's $3!!! Seriously?! You have to pay over fifteen dollars for your main then have to pay for condiments ?!?! It's not a Michelin star restaurant it's a cafe in a dodgy street with homeless people walking past. Thirdly - if someone is in line waiting to be served and a 'regular' pushes in - DONT SERVE THE REGULAR FIRST!! Serve the person in line first!! Watching the lady serving on a Sunday morning was really annoying, we waiting patiently in line behind a taxi driver who didn't seem capable of buttoning up his shirt and another taxi driver pushed in front of us. There wasn't an apology from the server nor did she say to the regular 'I'm sorry sir but this lady was first I'll be with you in a moment!' So we were left waiting in line... And then had the pleasure of listening to the servers talk about their social lives over the weekend. I truly do not give a flying fig leaf what you did on your weekend and I most certainly don't care to have my child hear all about it. Because we had vouchers we decided to try again the next day and hope that lunch was a bit better. Again with the ridiculous charge for condiments, the staff AGAIN were disinterested and rude (one of the girls was wearing a skirt so short It was indecent) the chicken parmie was clearly warmed in a microwave as it wasn't hot all the way through, the chips soggy and the drinks cost only slightly more than the condiments. If you want value for money take your own condiments lol it'd be cheaper to buy the whole bottle and sneak it into your handbag. Would I recommend luv a coffee? No I don't think I would. They clearly need to learn the value of keeping their customers happy, not alienating future customers by ignoring them in favour of regulars and realise they aren't as posh and cool as they think - ps fix your bench seats they're falling apart and actually hurt to sit on!!
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