We'd passed Ramen Sanpachi on a handful of occasions and were intrigued by it. We purchased the 2014 Entertainment book a few weeks ago, and armed with their "One complimentary meal with purchase of another," we thought we'd give it a try on a Friday family date night. We use the Entertainment book to find new restaurants to which we'd regularly return, frankly.
As we approached the restaurant, we saw a big handwritten sign stating: "We no longer accept Entertainment book coupons. Sorry." Now, one of my biggest pet peeves is when a restaurant signs up for a coupon and then won't honour it. I seriously doubt that the Entertainment people had forced the restaurant to sign up with them...and we were a few WEEKS into the 18-month contract of the 2014 Entertainment book.
Instead of eating there without a coupon, we left. Good job, Ramen Sanpachi. You may have saved yourselves the cost of the coupon (that YOU created, I might add) last night, but you've also ensured that we won't come back. You've permanently lost the business of our entire family.
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