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Nabeel Zeeshan
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Attended DePaul University
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  • DePaul University
    Computer Science, 2000 - 2004
  • Moraine Valley Community College
    1999 - 2000
  • Adamjee Science College
    Pre-Engineering
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  • Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu
    Design & User Experience Manager, 2006 - present
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We visited Talleyrand apartments a few months ago and the apartment complex is very pretty and peaceful. Even though we decided to choose a different apartment closer to the city, our experience visiting the apartment was made wonderful by the great customer service Patricia, from the leasing office offered. She was very welcoming and gave us a detailed tour of the complex and the unit. As we were waiting in her office, another tenant stopped by and even she was super friendly. Customer experience is something that we value the most and Patricia was very helpful and friendly.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
One of my friends recommended Dr. Armitstead as she saw great results through her therapy. I went their with my wife, with high hopes but was greatly disappointed. Here's why I was disappointed: My first visit, the Dr. asked me various questions and did the checkup with the elements kit or whatever you call it. Upon noting down my body's reactions to various elements, tons of back and forth in terms of questions, she didn't prescribe or recommend anything. When I asked her based on all the tests results (results are immediate), why wouldn't you recommend any natural remedy/medicine, to which she replied, I don't recommend anything on the first appointment (I believe it was $150). You need to make a second appointment ($75) and then I will tell you what to do. When I asked her that based on all the readings you got, why wouldn't you prescribe anything (medicine, nutrition whatever), to which she said, "I need to think about what to prescribe you" Every natural doctor I have visited before, does the tests and recommend whatever action plan (medicine, nutrition, diet etc.) right away. Doesn't ask me to come again, pay once more and then tells me what to do. Okay, so outside their weird visit model ... I didn't find the doctor experienced at all. She just gave me general answers which I didn't expect from a nutritionist. For example, she said, eat honey. I asked her what type of honey, to which she responded, "just get any honey that's available in the super market" ... I asked her ... should I go for Organic honey, she said yes. I then asked, what type of organic honey, can you recommend me a brand because a lot of food that is labelled organic isn't really organic, to which she said, "Oh you seem very knowledgeable about honey and you are more picky than I am, so choose any honey that you want" ... she didn't have any recommended to what honey brand should I go with. I went their with high hopes, but I think it was a waste of time. Apparently, she did a great job with my friend, but as far as I was concerned, I was not impressed at all.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
This place was quite disappointing. We went there after seeing 4 star reviews, but it's nothing but a 2 star place when it comes to the way food tastes. We ordered two dishes, chicken tikka and lamb over rice and one with the beef skewer. The lamb kababs had no flavor and the beef skewer just tasted weird. The chicken tikka was just okay, soft but dry. The rice was simply zeera rice, instead of Afghani rice. The place itself was just okay. There was plenty of room to sit down and the chairs and chair covers, so better than other hole in the wall Pakistani restaurants, but still not a great dining experience. It's also not an authentic afghani place. If you are looking for good/delicious afghani food, then this is not the place for you.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
It's overrated !! We ordered the mix grilled platter (Chicken and Lamb Shish Kabab), but it was just okay and nothing special about it. The meat was completely tasteless and not juicy as it's supposed to be. Dry and tasteless! There may be other dishes that are probably better, but the mix platter was a disappointment. The place itself is nice in terms of an experience closely tied to the Yemenis culture.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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This was the least authentic Chinese place we've been to. We ordered the vegetable fried rice along with Chicken Tangra Masala, but they tasted nothing like Chinese food, in fact there was no taste it all (completely lacking taste) Don't get me wrong, the staff was friendly and the food was fresh, but the taste was completely off Oh and keep in mind that this is a cash only place. They don't accept credit cards.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
The place is "extremely" overlay priced and the food quality is below average. Their appetizer prices are more expensive than entree prices in other restaurants. We ordered a chicken biryani and it was bad. Contained cubes of chicken instead of chicken with bone and just abundance of masalas instead of properly adding select quantities of masalas. It seemed like they just dumped masalas and that's it.But the kicker was that it cost $18+ dollars for this single plate of below average tasting biryani. Each naan was like $4. I think they are really taking advantage of customers by charging them so much for poor tasting food. I wouldn't go there again
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
I am not sure what people see in this place, but the food was terrible. We ordered nehari, behari kabob and chicken tikka and not a single thing met the taste standard. The behari kabab were hard and dry (they were supposed to be soft and juicy) and literally shredded as you broke them and it had fat in it. The chicken was hard, and extremely dry. It felt like they used really cheap meat for both chicken and beef. Oh did I forget to mention that they microwave the BBQ and serve it to you? Yeah, it's not fresh at all and the meat felt really old and tasteless. The lamb nehari was tasteless as well. Like it was made from pre-packed masalas by inexperienced cooks. Definitely a big disappointment. I wish I could say "A" for authenticity, but it's far from what you call authentic Pakistani food. "F" for fail. You can make better tasting food at home. The only thing that was good was the "naan". Oh and the food prices are quite high, the nehari was $12.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago