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The menu has a little note on it telling you that items on the menu can't be changed. Sure, it can be annoying when people want to add ingredients or build their own menu items but as it turned out, wanted scrambled eggs instead of fried was changing the menu item too much. Having to concede that, I asked that my eggs be cooked right through so there were no runny bits. EVEN THIS was changing the menu items too much. I had to have runny fried eggs; no choice in the matter at all. I can't, for the life of me, think of why this is necessary. Hopefully not because the food is pre-made, it can't be a speed thing because it took ages. Are the chefs so incapable that something as simple as leaving an egg on the grill for an extra minute will ruin their delicate routine? I can only guess that the chef is more interested in the "artistry" of the food than the satisfaction of the customer. If cooking an egg all the way through is too hard for them, forget about going there with any kind of allergy; there'll be nothing they can do. Even McDoanlds or the Pancake Parlour can add, take or change ingredients to give me the food that I want instead of the "ingenious culinary creation" that they arrogantly demand I eat. Even if they were able to cook an egg all the way through, the experience was compromised by three large wasps that were constantly buzzing around our table and skimming up and down the inside of the window beside us. We also asked the waiter for some water. After a few minutes he brought us glasses. After about ten minutes we figured the water wasn't coming so one of my friends went and got a bottle out of the fridge but was told to sit down and ask instead. Brilliant. The location and novelty of having some pigs hanging around out the front was fine but rigid inflexibility of the expensive, slow food and having to keep the wasps off my breakfast was just a poor experience. The chef is far more interested in his work than your satisfaction so if you like going out to a restaurant hoping to be told what you want and expected to love it, this is the place for you. If you want to order food that you know you'll like or you have some kind of dietary requirement that requires menu flexibility, go to a proper restaurant that cares about your experience.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
The menu has a little note on it telling you that items on the menu can't be changed. Sure, it can be annoying when people want to add ingredients or build their own menu items but as it turned out, wanted scrambled eggs instead of fried was changing the menu item too much. Having to concede that, I asked that my eggs be cooked right through so there were no runny bits. EVEN THIS was changing the menu items too much. I had to have runny fried eggs; no choice in the matter at all. I can't, for the life of me, think of why this is necessary. Hopefully not because the food is pre-made, it can't be a speed thing because it took ages. Are the chefs so incapable that something as simple as leaving an egg on the grill for an extra minute will ruin their delicate routine? I can only guess that the chef is more interested in the "artistry" of the food than the satisfaction of the customer. If cooking an egg all the way through is too hard for them, forget about going there with any kind of allergy; there'll be nothing they can do. Even McDoanlds or the Pancake Parlour can add, take or change ingredients to give me the food that I want instead of the "ingenious culinary creation" that they arrogantly demand I eat. Even if they were able to cook an egg all the way through, the experience was compromised by three large wasps that were constantly buzzing around our table and skimming up and down the inside of the window beside us. We also asked the waiter for some water. After a few minutes he brought us glasses. After about ten minutes we figured the water wasn't coming so one of my friends went and got a bottle out of the fridge but was told to sit down and ask instead. Brilliant. The location and novelty of having some pigs hanging around out the front was fine but rigid inflexibility of the expensive, slow food and having to keep the wasps off my breakfast was just a poor experience. The chef is far more interested in his work than your satisfaction so if you like going out to a restaurant hoping to be told what you want and expected to love it, this is the place for you. If you want to order food that you know you'll like or you have some kind of dietary requirement that requires menu flexibility, go to a proper restaurant that cares about your experience.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Great food, friendly staff, good prices, fast, it's just a great place to get some quick, easy and filling food.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
5 reviews
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It usually takes me ages to decide on sunglasses so I hate shopping for them but I lost my sunglasses this morning and didn't want to mess around. I found Florentine Eyewear on Google Maps and went there in my lunch break. The store is laid out so you can see most pairs from anywhere in the shop which made it easy to just look around and quickly find what I was after. The staff were friendly and helpful but not so much so that it got annoying; it's a hard balance and they were spot on. They didn't try to up-sell me, they tried to help me find what I wanted and as soon as I told them what I was after, they quickly showed me all the pairs that might work for me and knew which ones would be most suitable based on the shape of my face without trying to make unwanted suggestions. This is the exact kind of service I want. After trying on a few pairs, I found one I liked and bought it for a really good price and a substantial mark down. All this inside of my thirty minute lunch break. I could not be more happy with my experience in terms of efficiency, ease, price and quality of goods and I'd definitely return.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
I could not be more damning of the terrible quality of the services I got from this place. I had business cards printed here because Burwood Digital had the cheapest rate; rather it WOULD have been the cheapest rate if I got business cards as a result and not hacked up, unevenly sized cards printed in poor quality and about half with the cuts actually cutting through the text! My design had black and white stripes and I pointed out to the printer that the intended border of the individual cards didn't actually like up with the stripes, warning him that the stripes should not be used as a guide for cutting and rather that the guides placed outside the cutting border should be used. He looked at me over his glasses and said in a demeaning tone "I'm a professional, mate". When I got them back, not only had he incorrectly used the stripes as a cutting guide as I explicitly advised him not to do, he had missed and gone crooked on MOST of them. From the stack he gave me, I could use about one quarter of them and even then, it wasn't as crisp or as vivid as I would have expected from a professional printing service and they weren't even uniformly sized; they just had uncut text. It seems to me that the equipment in use at this place simply isn't up to standard and probably not even better than low-to-mid range house-hold printing equipment. Bottom line: If you're looking for a professional job, look elsewhere. If you're looking for an inexpensive job, you can probably do a better job yourself on a $50 printer.
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago