Terrible food that tastes like it came from a fast food dollar menu. Worse service.
Food was terrible. Beef bourguignon tasted like it came from a soup kitchen. Chicken madeira seemed to come off a dollar menu at McDonald's. Cordon bleu was half the size it usually was and very overdone. Vegetables were undercooked. Service was slow. The starter basket of bread came about the same time as the meals.
just recently went to fatheads and ordered a piece custom made. Nothing to say except that they did not honor their work which was flawed (actually so bad designed that it wouldnt work) long story short dont expect anyone there including the owner thats a real asshole.
We loved the Speedway location; however, the same food we normally order- sesami chicken and Sushi was not even edible and portions small.
David, did you loose your cooks or what, we will never return. After 8 years of twice a week patronage we are deeply disappointed
Was going to try this place, but when I saw the menu and they charge $2 and $3 extra for a piece of gluten-free bread if you don't want the wheat bread, I realized the place must be run by an authenthic Paris frog.
Now you can get a frog rip-off without going to Paris.
If there were 16 slices of bread in a gluten free loaf, they are charging $48 extra for each loaf they sell at a $3 a slice.
Is this how you want to spend your money?
i dont know how the actual experience is because we never actually went there, but we had tried to plan an event with a group of friends and had called to set it up for this weekend. once we found out that several of our friends would not be available we called back to cancel our reservations, within 2 hours of setting them mind you, and were told that we would be charged anyway. the person who we talked to was rude and insisted that all reservations are a final sale. that there are no refunds or cancelling allowed. i dont know what i would be refunded for, i havent received anything yet, but they think they are allowed to charge me over $400 because we need to cancel a reservation.
The worst ever! Unprofessional, sloppy stylists working in a dirty salon with an owner that will fabricate/lie about the work of her stylists if a complaint is made. Not even remotely customer service oriented. Jerica did a horrible job coloring my hair and even though she used foils for color, left a 1/8 or my original hair color showing. I wrote a review for their Oracle location immediately after my tie dye hair job and it has since mysteriously disappeared along with the listing for that location. I don't generally complain and am busy person. When I did complain to the owner about my experience there, she lied about her stylists actions and her observations. A stylist can have years of experience and still do a crappy job, especially if they spend the majority of the appointment time talking to the stylist next to them who happened to be the owner. No wonder they do bad work if the owner has such low standards about doing their own client and feels free to discuss other co-workers in front of clients. I felt so horrible and shocked about my experience that I said whatever I had to say to get out there as quickly as possible. I did get the hair color that I as looking for on the first try, from another salon.
This was horrible! I cannot believe I paid $39.00 for this! I wanted my money back. Very, very bad. If you want to see a show go to the gaslight theater! This is a low budget performance!
They used CANNED ingredients to make your salsa. Tastes like Pace. Rest of the menu fare's the same. Definitely a gringo Mexican joint. Better choices elsewhere.
What a joke! Everyone at our table was staring at each other in disbelief, thinking it had to get better, but it didn't. The writing was horrible, the actors lacked talent, the costumes looked ancient and frayed. The only joy was in laughing at how bad it stunk. Don't waste your money, seriously.
Rude staff. Dirty pool. Bedbugs. Need I say more?
Terrible food and service. Better options for Greek food here in town.
Terrible food and service at high prices.
I used to go all the time as it was the only decent restaurant close to my house. After a bad experience and even worse experience correcting the problem, I have not been back in three years.
First of all it shouldn't be called a theater, you were placed in a large room with a small stage. The tables were round so you almost broke your neck turning to watch the uber cheesey show. There was extremely blinding light that was in your face while you ate. The dinner was unsatisfactory, portions were small and had no flavor. The overall experience felt very cheap which is unacceptable at the price they charge. Find something else to do in town.
Yuck, Digusting! Homemade? Uh.... try costco bought. Rude owners and rude servers! don't waste your money just go somewhere else.
I was super excited about Ancient Radio myself however, the other day I rushed to finish up what I was doing (hiking on Lemmon) and get down there to trade and buy some vinyl, worst experience of my life when it comes to dealing with a store owner. The owner was incredibly rude to me, totally disrespectful and I almost thought he was going to punch me. Very unenjoyable, there is no way on earth I would ever shop there again and I will be sure to mention to anybody that asks that the owner has a short fuse and doesn't run the shop with any level of respect or professionalism. He seemed great the first time I met him but he may have a very short fuse if you don't agree with him!
I arrived at 6:15 p.m on a Wednesday. I gave one star because there was no zero rating. Why?
#1. The atmosphere was dingy, dirty and broken down. The carpet had more food stains than the steam table at it's worst. There were holes in the carpet. I noticed wet cleaning rags left on the floor in various corners of the serving stations.
#2. The food, if you can call it that was unlabeled. You were not always sure what you were selecting. The food was tepid to cool at best. No one was at the carving station. The ham looked like it had been around for a day too long to be eaten. The food basically tasted like it had remained in the same steam-table pan since the lunch hour, rather than replacing the old pan with a fresh pan of hot food.
#3. The soft serve ice cream machine was broken. Yet there was soft serve drippings on the nozzles and on the catch tray. The dessert station was woeful. One or two crumbled pieces of cake on a cake plate. Three or four cookies here or there on different trays. A few dishes of each selection on trays. It looked like the day's before leftovers.
#4. The help were basically helpful and courteous. No complaints about them.
All-in-all, if you're looking for a fair-priced enjoyable dinner buffet, avoid this one!
I've learned that under the guise of "conversation, preservation, education" this place is a creepy museum of stuffed animals that did not die naturally but were shot by "big game hunters" for pleasure and profit. I stupidly took my kids here not giving any thought to what I'd be walking into.
Food was fair and the service was worse... Much worse.
Save your money, or better yet, go down the road and eat at J Marinara's!
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