Absolutely horrible! We decided to have lunch here and stopped in. The door was open and there was no closed sign, so we went in. A gal with a cart was setting up and we assumed with the door open and no "closed" sign, that they were indeed open. The gal with the cart was very rude when she told us they were not open. My husband asked when they would be, and she very snottily said, "6 minutes!" So he asked if we could just sit at the waiting area chairs until they officially opened, but she again said in a VERY rude manner, "NO!" So we left. And we will never darken their doorstep again, and we will make sure that we tell our friends and family about how rude they were so that they will choose to go somewhere else. If they had had a 'Closed' sign up, and the door locked until the opening of business, we could understand that. But they didn't! We went over to St. John's Road and had a wonderful lunch at the House of Beijing instead. Wonderful food, fast service, and kind, gentle, NON-RUDE people. We WILL be going to the House of Beijing in the future and will be sharing our lovely experience there with family and friends.
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