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By: Dee W.
Detroit Shawarma
While other Mediterranean food joints in Detroit doesn't taste half as good;The food here is awesome! Always fresh ingredients and nice customer service. Love this place
By: Michael W.
Nicky D's
Sanitary food cooked to perfection served with a smile. In addition, you can also use the bathroom, which is a rarity in Detroit coney islands.
By: Denise W.
Detroit's Finest Coney Island
The best service and food hands done , they give coneys a good name , it's beautiful clean not an ordinary coney menu . But quick and good . Try for yourself ,
By: Jeanieb B.
Punch Bowl Social
Bad, bad, bad. Waiters wore the waistbands of their pants below their butts - yuck who wants to see that! Aleesha our server was HORRIBLE. She had a rude attitude. We had to ask for silverware and napkins and she gave the four of us 4 bar napkins and 2 sets of silverware. The $10 grilled cheese sandwich we ordered was supposed to come with tomato and pickles, etc, and when we asked about it she said, "Oh, did you want the stuff that comes with it? The kitchen is busy." She never came back to see how things were, or if we wanted more drinks. So we only tipped $10 on a $88 bill After she took the bill, she actually came back to our table and said she needed more tip money as she is supposed to add a 20% tip when the bill nears $100. We asked to see the manager, and she seriously walked into the kitchen area, stood there for 10 seconds (we could see her) and came out and said he was busy. We found him on our own, and when we tried talking to him, she ran up between us and began screaming crazy stuff about our meal was comped, and that we just don't want to tip her. Nothing we had was comped and we tipped her far more then she deserved. I have never had a server come back and say I have to give her more money. Crazy. Every part of this restaurant was closed for private parties except a small dining area, yet no signs were posted outside telling you this before you paid for parking and waited in line to get in. Poor management. I definitely will not go back.
By: Lawrence M.
Detroit Shawarma
I work at a local business on 7mile and Meyers, I order lunch and dinner alot from here and the food is always ready on time, the restaurant is always clean, and the employees are always smiling, a great restaurant overall. I would recommend Detroit Shawarma to friends and family 5star Restaurant!
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By: Hilary K.
Punch Bowl Social
The food was yummy! Drink selection was great. Atmosphere was fun and nice. A lot of fun games to play
By: Jamita L.
Coney Connection
Awful service! Rude, untrained employees. Manager concerned more about employees rather than proper customer service. You try to be supportive of businesses in the city but they treat you substandard.
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By: Hassan A.
Sheeba Express
The best place for the healthy food and delicious I love it the best restaurant for Arabic foodChoices sheeba express
By: Cedric H.
Stroyko Construction Group Inc
This was the worst experience I ever had with any contractor. This company damaged more in my home than they repaired. The Plumber caused leaks when I had none before. He brought the wrong color bathtub, he forgot to make a hole in the sheet rock for the water spout for the bathtub so a hole had to be punched in the new tile for the tubs spout, he improperly installed the tub drain causing it to leak in the basement, he gauged the marble floor tile with the toilet, he didn't tighten the toilet which rocked like an amusement park ride, he reduced the water pressure in my home to a trickle then, blamed it on the City's Water Department saying that the pressure was low coming into the house. He later discovered the low pressure cause, a towel he left in a pipe, which he blamed on the installer of my water softener, installed 9 years prior. I had ample pressure before he showed up. These people left me with out a bathroom for over a month, my three bedroom bungalow only had the one. They scratched and gouged my hard wood floors engulfed my home in dust and, when they finished 9 months later. They left debris and materials from the work in my basement and backyard wich by now was covered with snow. The owner of the company made as many excuses as his plumber who used every excuse in the book short of " The dog ate my home work ". The owners excuse for his plumber was " he is an idiot ". If you find you've hired this company. You have my condolences. The only reason these people continued to work in my home was because I had a contract through the City of Detroit's 0% home improvement loan program. They chose the contractor. I wished I'd paid the interest and hired an experienced company. If you have the misfortune of seeing Stroyko Construction approaching your home, barricade your door and dial 911 because if they get in what they will do will be a crime. Consider your self warned.
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By: Leonardo E.
Asian Corned Beef
The service was great. Was very impressed with the service to just opening up within the last 2 weeks
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