I've been going to Quindt's Towne Lounge for many years. When you order a salad and ask for red onions the first thing you hear from the blonde hair waitress, they go bad so we don't handle them. As a consumer I don't care charge me more. Should I bring my own. If you do any amount of cooking you know red and white have such a difference in flavor. When you get a refill I would appreciate if the waitress would not touch the top part of our glasses with her hands. The same hands that she picks up other customers discarded plates. When you see hash browns look really great on other customers plates so you order them for yourselves and yours come to you and they are white and pale? You ask why? The cook is really busy and had a rush of orders? What an excuse is that to tell the customer. Not good enough. So do I get a reduce price for my food is not as a good as the people across the room? I personally thinks she needs to slow down and think about customer service first. Then we have atmosphere, pictures looked nice when they were first hung on the wall. Another thing....when you ask for a four top table you would think you are breaking a law. I really don't care which waitress turn it is; especially when it is after lunch and you have seven tables available... you have to ask don't they want the customers to come in? Regarding the food it was o.k. prices not a great value.
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