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Daniel McCollum
Works at Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory
Attends West Virginia University
Lives in Morgantown, WV
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Education
  • West Virginia University
    present
  • Waynesburg Central High School, 1980
  • West Virginia University, BSChE, 1984
  • George Washington University, MSEA, 1988
  • West Virginia University, PhD, present
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Male
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Dan
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Engineer
Employment
  • Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory
    Engineer, present
  • Department of Energy
  • Department of Defense
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Morgantown, WV
Previously
Waynesburg, PA - Waynesburg, PA - Morgantown, WV - Indian Head, MD - Oxon Hill, MD - Temple Hills, MD
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We are visiting Ligonier and have been to Carol and Dave's twice this weekend. Food is great, drinks are reasonable, service is fantastic and the regulars are friendly. We are planning on going back tomorrow for dinner.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Best sit-down Chinese restaurant in Morgantown in my opinion. I particularly like their moo shu, sweet and sour, and vegetable dishes. Good soups and egg rolls, too.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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I took my mother and our family there for her 70th birthday celebration. I had taken my father in February to the Hibachi, a similar restaurant on the other side of Morgantown, and we had a wonderful experience. I'm sad to say we did not have the same wonderful experience at Fujiama. I selected Fujiama because it was roomier than Hibachi and I had eaten there a few months back and enjoyed it. Let's start with what I did like. The sushi was wonderful. We ordered the special, which was a crab sushi, three portions, and it was great! The taste of the food was very good, not a good as Hibachi, but I liked it very much. The chef was entertaining, friendly and should my mother extra attention since it was her birthday. The prices are reasonable and the we did a room we didn't have to share with anyone. That's one complaints I have about Hibachi; we get crammed together with other parties and it is hard to carry on conversations with your family. Now for the not-so-good. Our waiter was not the best, he wasn't rude, just not very competent and not very friendly. He was gone for long period of time, didn't refill drinks very quickly, didn't get orders correct. The food portions weren't a large as Hibachi, but you do get a lot of rice to compensate (LOL). Also, the scallops were not cooked very thoroughly. We had taken a birthday cake and I has asked if we could when I made the reservations and they said that would be fine. I was expecting them to serve it like Hibachi, but they just stuffed the candles in and brought it out still in the box it came in. They set it down in front of my mother with some desert plates and left. My sister served it using a butter knife and fork - not serving utensils. Not very classy. Another minor annoyance was the background music which was a little loud. We asked if it could be turned down and the waiter said it could not. I would expect that a nice restaurant such as this would have the music zoned so that volumes could be controlled independently. Bars in the area have that capability. The final price was reasonable, but I didn't tip very much (about 8%) because of the poor service. I should have found the chef and tipped him a little more because he was good. I also should have asked for another waiter once we realized the one we had was not very good. If I go there next time, I will communicate more clearly what I expect from them if it is a birthday celebration.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago