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I would rather eat carp out of the mississippi river than dine at sushi tango in woodbury again… their uptown location is much better… way better choices around woodbury
Nice review written by their PR person O_o
Dont go!!! Menu has been terribly inconsistent and many of the items are not served as described.
thats right. the dam manager looked more like a god dam hostess with no manners. he is so fucking rude. Everytime I go there, it’s like he is expecting that I am just a young kid who is looking for good eats and cheap as hell kind of kid. It almost seem that he tells his waitress to do a horrible job on me. This is the kind of shit that ruins my mood to give a tip. because i look young, they assume I wont be spending much so they spend 30-45 minutes before coming back to take my order. I sit there for hours before ordering and sit for hours in between getting my next order.
you can pretty much see the manager’s attitude pitch changes from customer to customer. when I get there, I he stares at me until i ask him if i can be seated. The motherfucker gave me and my partner a coffee table with two chairs ( the only one in the whole restaurant) all the way in the back, blocked off by the booths. there, I was ignored and unattended. I FINISHED MY SOUP AND HALF AN HOUR LATER, ONLY HALF OF WHAT I ORDERED CAME. THE WAITRESS DOES NOT RECALL MY ENTIRE ORDER.
It seems like they know the kind of customers they want, anyone with the impression of rich and classy. you cant just go in there with your baseball cap, a hoodie and a pair jeans. EXPECT TO BE IGNORED BECAUSE THEY THINK YOU WONT TIP.
JUST SO YOU KNOW, MOST ASIAN RESTAURANTS DO NOT ALLOW THEIR EMPLOYEES TO KEEP TIP, MANY HAVE TO RETURN IT AND HAVE IT REDISTRIBUTED WITH THE SHOP KEEPING A PORTION.
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