My first clue should have been walking in, and finding some customers, but even though there were two or three employees that looked at us, no one greeted us, or seated us. After a little wait, we were led to a booth. The design of the restaurant is such that customers can hear everything from the kitchen...there was a lot of bickering and chatting. When someone would walk in, there would be a debate over who would wait on them.
My husband ordered crepes ( southwestern) which contained red peppers. The label for the pepper was still on it...when we pointed that out to the clerk, her comment was "awesome"... She went back and announced that they needed to "comp" someone's meal and explained why...no one ever bothered to even say " sorry.". Do NOT waste your time or $$$.
If you own or manage Village Inn, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.