I went to this restaurant because it was across the street from a hotel that allowed service dogs in training to stay. When I entered, I clearly asked in plain English if i could get carryout and wait for the takeout at the bar. The woman/owner handed me a menu. I ordered from the menu she handed me, and then, after I ordered, she came up to me and said we don't do carryout. Then she said we'll go ahead. Then she wanted to know why I didn't want to eat in, and I said I had a dog at the hotel that I didn't want to leave alone. Then she proceeded to tell me this awful story about how weird it was that people were so attached to their dogs that they committed suicide with them. She had this evil sneer on her face. i waited a long time for my order, but being tired from a long drive, I didn't complain. Finally got my order. It was not worth waiting for. They piled noodles and dry chicken on top of fried rice (thought I was just getting noodles and chicken) and there were just a handful of veggies, mainly overcooked zucchini.
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