My parents have been here many times over the years but I haven't ever gone with them. We went to celebrate my dad's birthday and Mother's Day because I came to visit them from out of town. On a Saturday night there was absolutely no wait which should have been a signal as this place used to be busy! The real problems came after we started eating. They sat us across from the kitchen where you could see the chefs cooking...and eating. It is against health code for employee food and beverage to be in the kitchen, but that didn't stop the chefs from eating off plates with their gloves on. Our entire party of 8 witnessed 3 chefs, one of them the assistant manager of all people, eating in the kitchen. Two of them were eating off customer plates that were put up on the counter that the waitresses would then come pick up and take out to people's tables. When we confronted out waitress with what we saw she at first acted like we were mistaken but then she turned around and witnessed it herself. She then went and talked to them and as soon as she walked off the chefs laughed at her. Yes, all of this we could see through their big open window. They ate off at least 6 plates that we saw taking items here and there that other waitresses then picked up. The waitress felt bad and told the manager, who never had the nerve to come talk to us instead sending out the assistant manager chef who was one of them eating. He basically told us the food was comped which is good because 70% of it was uneaten because we all lost our appetites after seeing this. Maybe this is why they have lost customers? Or the fact that I can go across the street to get coconut shrimp that is way better for half the price? Needless to say they lost my parents as customers.
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