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Phil Ruffin
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I have the region-free Frozen 3D, and it came with a DMR code I can't use in the US. I'd like to trade it for a Region 1 code, especially Frozen.
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When I first got there, I could see it was a tiny place in the corner of a dingy gas station. Keeping in mind that some of the best food can be found in such places, I went ahead and ordered brisket. She didn't have as much as i wanted, so i settled for whatever amount she had, which she claimed was two pounds. I balked at the tiny amount she brought, telling her that it was less than a pound, but she insisted that she weighed it twice and it was, indeed, two pounds. I got it home and put it on my postal scale: 10.6 ounces. It was okay brisket, but not as good as many other restaurants in Fort Worth. I called and left a message, but never got a response. Don't go here. You'll be cheated.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
It's been closed for a long time.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I remember some time ago one of my co-workers in Monett told me there was no good Mexican food in town. I was surprised, then, when the hotel front desk recommended Acambaro's carne asada. The parking lot was almost full when I arrived on a Thursday evening, and so was the reception area just inside the door. The front desk was unattended for quite a while. I don't believe they have a standard procedure for handling incoming patrons. Finally, I was seated, and things got better right away. The waitress (Maria) was attentive and helpful. I didn't get the name of the lady who brought the chips and salsa, but she was also very good. The carne asada was very good--the simple taste of beef without a lot of herbal enhancements. The beans and rice were quite bland, but that's pretty normal. I topped it off with a sopapilla, but that was not a good decision. In fact, I considered more than once while eating it to break out the steak knife. I didn't know it was possible to make a sopapilla that hard. Overall, I liked the experience. The music playing matched the setting well, but didn't get in the way. The people were pleasant once I got in, and the food was not too expensive and tasted good.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Dr. Newman identified an unusual disorder of my eyes, and spent extra time & effort to properly deal with it. He seems to be highly capable and pleasant. The office workers are friendly. I recommend others to him.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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This is the best hotel in Monett. That's what they tell me, and I have no reason to doubt it. I've stayed here four or five times, and I've never been tempted to recommend it to anyone. I could stay in a nearby city, but it would be an additional hour drive each way when I work here. The beds are okay, but everything looks cheap and much of the place smells like an old nursing home. Get the annex building when you come. It appears to be newer, and smells better. Do they pay for the right to show cable channels? The picture is very poor. They have a free breakfast if you can stand to eat it. Get an apple and juice. Really.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
My expectations are not very high when it comes to Asian buffets in Texas. I have to say, though, this is one of the better such establishments. There was a great selection, from sushi to chicken on a stick to the marshmallows and chocolate fountain. Service was quick and the place was clean. It opened in February, 2011.
Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
My visit to Galilee Grill today was my first experience with this type of food (I grew up in Texas!). It was really good food. I didn't try anything I didn't like on the buffet. I'll definitely go back.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago