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Re: “Burma Superstar

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Posted by Dean Ambrose on 11/12/2017 at 10:00 PM

Re: “Skywest Restaurant

This is one of my go to places since I moved nearby. BUT...Customer service is sometimes lacking.

Sunday around 1pm, it took awhile for the woman server to bring silverware, etc., to our table. My friends arrived and we made our order. We were the only guests seated at the tables and ordering food.

40 minutes later, our meals finally come out. My omelette was incorrect, not what I ordered. Friend's bbq double burger had no bbq sauce on it. We had to keep waving her down for everything we needed. MAINLY: our server said nothing friendly or welcoming to us at each occasion she came to our table. She was straight-faced, no smile. Yawning behind counter. We were the only ones seated and eating a meal.

This is not unusual here. So just come when you're not rushed, be prepared to 'wave' down the server. The tasty meals, freshly prepared and presented, and view of the golf course greens make it worth it.

Posted by Alice Ansfield on 10/31/2017 at 12:48 AM

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