We attended this restaurant one afternoon for lunch. There was nobody else in the restaurant except for a person who was talking to the server. The server continued her conversation even though she knew we had come in. After waving at her for a while we finally received menus
The table was small with a drop leaf which I raised in order to be comfortable and rest the pain in my shoulders that I was experiencing. The server came rushing over to our table and lowered the drop leaf. We were drumstick .... we couldn't believe that had just happened.
We ordered a very quick lunch as by this time I had lost my appetite. The food was mediocre, nothing to write home about and the server couldn't be bothered inquiring if we needed anything such as cream for our coffee.
We said we'd never go to this restaurant ever again ... however we did go, one more time. This time we were shown to a table set into a bit of a cubbyhole. My husband suffers from claustrophobia and so we asked for another table. This was not to be ... our server never said why we couldn't have another table, just that we couldn't. We left, the server didn't make us feel welcome so we figured we'd get better service at McDonald's ... and we did.
I'm choosing the last date on the question "when did you visit?" as there is no selection prior to that.
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