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11/11/2017
By: Kimberly T.
Reggie's Soulfood
Great. Food was awesome!!
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10/26/2017
By: Dena T.
Iberia Comprehensive Community Health
Had appointment last week, where I was told by assistant, (while awaiting Dr., in dental chair) that I should call my insurance company regarding a question o had regarding a procedure and whether or not my ins. Covered it. While I'm on phone with insurance company, that same assistant comes in to tell me that I will have to go outside or in front to make my call! Really! Lol And if that wasn't bad enough, fast forward to today! Just left here office, getting impressions for a night mouthguard,. Assistant jabs the metal tray and roughly puts in into my top mouth , and at this point I'm telling her No No your hurting me. And she does not take the metal tray out of my mouth. She acts like she didn't hear me. When she does take metal or of my mouth half of the impression is stuck to top of my palet. She never apologizes and tells me rudely to open up my mouth. I lost it at this point and tell her to wait while I get over what I just went through. She gives me a look hat would kill, and storms out of room slamming things. Wow! Totally cannot believe the trauma and in total disbelief! Please Run from this place!
09/19/2017
By: Drucinda R.
Deano's
Fabulous every time- my favorite restaurant in Lafayette
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09/09/2017
By: Luther C.
Chili's Grill & Bar
When I walked in on the nite of sept 8, 2017 around 8pm the manager was standing at the front door. He never greeted us. Wow this man can run this place. Joel was awesome!!!!
07/29/2017
By: Kay D.
Pizza Hut
pizza was ordered and was never received it's been over 2 hours, they don't give courtesy calls or answer the phone, they need to shut down if they can't provide good service, don't order this location at all, no good customer service, and they billed my card
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05/03/2017
By: Ann M.
Pizza Hut
My 1st visit and the staff was very friendly, it will not be my last, price is right, everyone made me feel welcomed, thanks staff
04/09/2017
By: Nicole P.
Crawfish Boss
The crawfish Boss has THE BEST crawfish ever ! Always Great Service !Always Great Food !!and Always a friendly Staff !
03/12/2017
By: Joseph B.
Reggie's Soulfood
Delicious food, relaxed atmosphere, and love the service. Real southern hospitality and make you feel at home and like you belong.
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09/09/2016
By: Marcel C.
Pizza Hut
Horrible service was told 30 minutes for delivery time it's been an hour and 45 minutes never order here you again just ridiculous!
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09/09/2016
By: Colby D.
Alesi Pizza House
I'm sure about one thing hands down the best Italian restaurant in Lafayette. The Alesi family are so kind and they know how to a restaurant is supposed to be run.
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