My daughter and I love crepes, and when we saw this place passing by in a taxi, we quickly decided to return to it (it was within walking distance from our hotel, the San Francisco Hilton, Union Square on the corner of O'Farrell &Taylor.) When we arrived the line-up was to the entrance, and since it was slow moving, I told my daughter to grab us a seat. Next thing I know a server comes up to me and tells me that there is no seat saving and anyone caught without a number on a table will be asked to move. I tried to mouth to my daughter to come to me, but before she could understand me, that same server went over to her and told her to get up. My daughter, who is shy and doesn't like confrontation, was embarrassed by the way he confronted her. She rejoined me in line and I explained what he had told me. I looked around the room and noticed that there were others at tables with no numbers or dishes, so when the server went by again I stopped him and asked why he had not gone to the other people, who were obviously holding tables for their companions in line, and asked them to move - his reply was that if I wasn't happy I could report my experience to management!! And that is exactly what I intended to do once I reached the counter! At this point my daughter wanted to leave, but on principle I insisted we stay; my thinking was, why should some people be allowed to hold seats, and why did this server target us!!! As the line moved, we came to another two seat table and I placed my sweater over the back of the chair -- I saw the server looking at us and talking with another who was now coming my way. He stopped and started to say something, but I quickly asked him, as I pointed out the other tables (one being held by a group of girls who were standing behind me when I was first told about the no-hold policy), what was going on. The original server came up to us, told my daughter and I that he was management, co-owner of the place, and offered my daughter and I table service - I accepted (he NEVER apologized, and the impression I got was that "I own this place and I decide who gets to hold tables - not you!") Funny thing, seems that the other large table being held was for a couple of guys directly in front of us in line!!! - not like they didn't hear what was going on!! When the food arrived, it was good but by no means filling!; so I personally never witnessed the large portion sizes noted by the other reviewers. And needless to say, if li ever return to the beautiful city of San Francisco, I WILL NEVER AGAIN EAT AT HONEY HONEY!
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