Second visit to this restaurant. My wife and I ordered a large cheese-less pizza with chicken and spinach. At least one other table was served before us even though our order was taken first. It took about 30 minutes to be served. Our pizza arrived severely burned. When we asked the server about it he replied with a straight-face: "that is the way it comes." The chicken was dry of course and there was virtually little sauce. And whatever sauce was on the pizza was not evenly applied. Eventually, the manager was called over, apologized graciously, and promised us another one in just a couple of minutes. The new one arrived about 10 minutes later. Happily, it was not burned. However, again there was very little sauce. When we asked the manager why there was little sauce he explained we should have asked for the traditional pizza. Is it not incumbent on the person taking our order to explain there were two types? Though not culinary professionals, we think, more sauce on a cheese-less pizza would definitely be better. While acknowledging it was our responsibility to read the menu thoroughly, given that we complained about little sauce on the first (burned) pizza how much of a clue would the manager need to make a suggestion for the second one?
On top of that, our daughter, who ordered a cheese pizza with mushrooms got a cheese pizza without mushrooms. No effort whatsoever was made to correct that mistake. Our daughter was happy enough because the server managed to deliver her pizza to the table without dropping it which occurred the first time we were there.
Fool me once shame on me. Fool me twice...
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