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Everything was perfect! Eric helped us from the very beginning to select the tiles and explained carefully what to expect during old tile removal and installation of the new ones. He checked with me constantly to make sure everything is done to our satisfaction. The installation team arrived early, removed old tiles without damaging walls, mirrors or doors and then installed the new tiles as expected. They worked very clean and efficient. I highly recommend Not Just Carpet!
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Great salads, friendly service and very funny marionette singing 'born to wild'.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Crowded, chaotic, disorganized - if that doesn't bother you, you will be happy to find a very large selection of good kosher food. At Holiday time don't even think that you will be able to park there. You may want to walk or drive 200 yards to check the neighboring Winn-Dixie for a smaller selection (but sufficient in most cases) of kosher food. It is equally good and priced lower than Kosher Kingdom.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Average tourist restaurant with unhappy, cold servers. The fish was good, but they ruined the apple strudel by making it very, very hot in the microwave (imagine pastry dough turned into a mush). I would go somewhere else...
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago