On Sunday, we ate lunch at Earl Abel's. We have gone many times in the past. We waited over thirty minutes to get our food, the waitress said the kitchen had los our order. She brought their famous rolls before our food because she knew we had been waiting quite a while and we noticed other people had been served who had come in after us .I noticed a funny smell coming from the rolls, but didn't say anything to my husband or sister-in-law. When my husband tasted his he said the roll tasted bad. My sister-in-law said they didn't look like they had been made the same way. We think that whatever they put on the top of the rolls, butter or something like that, was possibly rancid. They are usually one of the best things at the restaurant! We mentioned this to the waitress, and she said she would tell someone. When my husband went to pay, he mentioned the order being lost and the rolls being bad. He told the owner that he didn't want anything for what happed, he just wanted to let him know about the problems we had encountered. My husband's impression was that the owner didn't believe him. This is why I am writing this review.
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