Mon – Fri
11.30am – 3.15pm (Last order at 2.45pm)
5.45pm – 10.00pm (Last order at 9.30pm)
Sat, Sun & PH
11.00am – 10.00 (Last order at 9.30pm)
We went on Sunday 7pm without reservation and there’s no queue yet. We got a long table for 6 persons near to the cashier and the next table besides us was back-to-back and thus one of the seat didn’t have much moving space for one of the guys in our group. They should have given us a round table for 6 person (in the end our dishes of food have to be moved around from one end to the other) and their square tables were just not wide enough (so our dishes were squeezed against the cutlery of the 2 persons on 2 side of a square table).
What puzzled me is that when we order certain dishes that comes with vegetables, they couldn’t served as they said that “the vegetables are sold out”. No broccoli, no spinach. Ended up the Egg Spinach dish in our set meal had to be cooked with another vegetable that totally cannot create the same effect as spinach in the wet-style dish. The reason they gave us was that lunch was good business and the vegetables finished – how does the chef and floor manager of this outlet do their judgement how much ingredients to order?? It’s only 7pm and we are probably the earlier dinner batch – are they going to tell the later dinner batch that they have run out of all ingredients already?
After we finished our main food, we asked for the complimentary dessert in our set meal to be served. But our intention was to place more orders afterwards, both cooked dishes and other dessert. But even before the complimentary dessert is served, the staff already started to collect away our plates, bowls and even chopsticks!! The staff just blast out the request in one second and the next second the cutlery just got “snatched” away. My mum couldn’t even respond fast enough to stop them. I can understand their purpose – to chase us away so that the next table can come in. But don’t they realize that before they start this action, they should first ask if we want to order again – and give us time to say Yes or No! So, we stop them from taking more cutlery away, and “stubbornly” continue to order 2 more dishes.
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