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08/17/2015
By: Nicole S.
Motown Coney Island
Well when I first walked in I was not greated or seated. It took about five minutes for some one to come and talk to me. The server who approached me was not my server but she was kind and Curtis towards me. It was at least 20 minutes before I was greated by my server. I do know they could use a couple more servers they seem to get pretty busy at lunch time. When my order arrived the portions was over what they should serve. The taco meat was spicy and I sent it back. This time I order a chicken cordon blue. It arrived a little faster this time but the lettis is a long string of lettis. Dispit the long lettis it was jucie and well cooked. The restraint is clean and the people are friendly but they need to pay attention to how long some one is sitting in there sections I waited all together 42 minutes for my mean the right way. Nit to mention I saw many mistakes the servers made. Mixing up orders and running around. They need more workers.
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08/24/2015
By: Rhea G.
Motown Coney Island
So I go here all the time for a Mexican Omelette and today when I go here the cheap owner is cooking gives me a Mexican Omelette with a spoon of chili outside and a spoon of vegetables in side..so I'm like this is thinner than a pancake literally so after 15 she said he'll put the meat I'm it like its suppose to be so I'm thinking I'm getting hot food??? Um no the same food that's been sitting out and he tried to cover it with chili and cheese that doesn't go on the outside?? Really so got up and left..Horrible ...
11/30/2014
By: Kai P.
Motown Coney Island
I have been eating here since they first opened and then I was expecting. That is a woman's most selective time. And let me say I was never not once disappointed with the food or service. Nice community place with reasonable prices and did I mention awesome food?
03/15/2016
By: Katherine T.
Wescomm Technologies, Inc
Wescomm Technologies, has over exceeded my expectations when it comes to their services and work. They provide excellence in their craftsmanship. Looking forward to using your company again for my future projects! Thank you!
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11/27/2015
By: Iyalode E.
Front Page Deli
Just had corned beef egg rolls for the first time here, and they were amazing!!! Super courteous, good service. I'll definitely be back when I come back to town.
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09/09/2016
By: Serena H.
Motown Coney Island
Detroit is known for their coney islands and with those come great choices in food. This grilled chicken salad was tops and so much meat.
08/20/2014
By: Candy C.
Front Page Deli
I ordered a turkey club.. The ingredients were very fresh, turkey was juicy and flavorful. And most important... It's clean! Must Try!!
04/06/2014
By: charlene.banks.94
Motown Coney Island
food I very hot taste good, they give you a good amount of food love there stir fry...
05/11/2014
By: dadele1
Motown Coney Island
Mother's Day 2014, I couldn't hv made a better choice - YUMMY!
06/10/2014
By: wardasarmad
Sargon Minor Auot Repair
The Best Service in Detroit !!!!
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  • Can be combined with a hardwired system.
  • No need to change any batteries, as with wireless systems
  • No interference from other signals
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  • Can be combined with a wireless system
  • Hardwired: A system that uses cables to connect all sensors to a central control panel within your home. The cables are usually installed within the walls or floorboards of your home. The control panel then uses your home’s landline connection to call for assistance (police, fire, medic).
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