The outside porch is deserted like in an old house. No one cares about how the customer feels before stepping into the place. Chairs and tables are rusting in the rain outside, and some are reluctantly thrown upside down. Then you step inside the restaurant to a smelly stuffy atmosphere. My friend her child and I were escorted by a woman with a reddish spiky hair that is extremely rude and unwelcoming. The place was half occupied (go figure) but she chose a table in a narrow corner to seat us. When we asked for the bigger table by the window, she kinda frowned at us and said "This is for four!" When I told her the place is almost empty, she kept that rude facial expression "Ok, but it's lunch time and the place gets busy". By that time, I was already turned off and we left the place for the awesome Indian buffet across the street "Bollywood Bistro" where you get a 5-star experience. There's good management and bad management, and between the two restaurants lose a whole lot of unsatisfied customers. NEVER going back to that horrible place "Choices" that actually gives you no choice but to leave immediately.
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