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Ray Sting
Lives in Chicago, IL


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Chicago, IL
I came here because it advertised for traditional north Chinese breakfast. When I talked to cashier, I think the accent is Shanghai. So I wasn't surprised when I got my breakfast - it's neither northern china style, nor Taiwanese style, of the items I've ordered for 3 people. Some invention was mixed in to make the food not so great. I agree with the other comment - the service is far from polite. It's their style. Beware - cash only. Sign said "credit card machine broken so cash only". How sillier can it be?
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
The pizza is fine, so are the pasta. I've always been a fan of Giordano's. Their food is significantly better than common pizza eatery. However, we had a terrible experience with our manager on our first visit to this restaurant. He is very rude to us. That spoiled our Christmas even meal. We ordered two pasta, and added a personal pizza as our side simply because that's what Giordano's famous for. The order was obviously delayed, and we didn't get our meal after at least 35 minutes. Our 2-year-old was too hungry to sleep, so we've repeated asked for food. Even the pasta has to wait for pizza, like the manager mentioned, couldn't they serve us some bread first? The manager gave us the personal pizza, and his first word is "didn't you know you need to wait for 35 minutes?" After learning we ordered pasta, he commented "we always served all food together, so if you want us to serve pasta first, you need to let us know. He didn't' realize that he only served pizza, and the pasta was actually not ready yet. Finally, he added "you are very rude" as a closing statement. I'd recommend you avoid this store, and if you choose to visit, I wish you will have a better luck. EDIT: Management got back to me after my review, and refunded my bill with a gift card, with an apology letter. I appreciate their effort.
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Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Poor - Fair
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
This is the largest Chinese-Asian restaurant in this area. Food covers all variety - lots of "typical food" to satisfy those who like fried food or stir-fry in typical chinese-american restaurant. Many home-style food to satisfy Chinese or Japanese. Nothing too spetactular in sushi bar, but sufficient to fill the blank. Raw bar is great - oyster and clams. Mongolian BBQ is for those who like their own mix and is great. Fresh fruit and deserts are OK. Cotton Candy and Ice cream have to wait for serving. For very reasonable pricing ($11 for weekday lunch and $21 for dinners or weekend), this is a great place to catch meals.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
4 reviews
OK I only joined for one week, so my view may be limited. This is straightforward - this is no luxury gym. There is no swimming pool or running path, there is no clean towel supplied, and there is no steam room. But it was charging minimal monthly charge, significantly lower than every gym I have attended. There are a lot of treadmill, bike, and weight equipments. There are TVs displaying every channel most people want to see. It was never too crowded that you couldn't get on what you like. And best of all, it is super clean. There are people cleaning the equipment all the time. This is perfect for me to have some exercises before going home every day.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago