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By: robert.allen.lanphere
Moondog Pizza
Moondog Pizza was an amazing idea for the area. It offers pizza with high quality toppings. The parking is terrible, and limited. The ovens they use, are electric and in the 3 trips I was there, my Stromboli was burned, but the inside was not cooked thoroughly. If they would get a new location and better ovens, I would give them 5 stars.
By: Matthew B.
Village Inn Pizza Parlor
Visited the Morganton location and was treated with the worst customer service I have ever experienced. Went on wing night and they did not have wings on the buffet for close to 45 minutes. Places get busy things happen no big deal. Politely asked for a refund and was told no. I was more than reasonable and even said I would be happy with half my money refunded since I did eat a salad and had a drink. Again was told no and was dismissed as if my issue was not a concern. I will not return and will spread the word of my poor experience. All this could have been prevented with some half decent customer service and management skills and what would have amounted to about a 5 dollar refund.
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By: Jeanette B.
Baird & Branch Electric Service
Wonderful friendly service . Quick to respond .
By: nebodad
Carbon City Cafe
Not sure what the previous review was about. My experience there tonight was quite the opposite. I ordered the seafood platter which was obviously not reheated. Matter of fact I had to wait a minute for the shrimp to cool down a little. The breading was crisp, the shrimp were very flavorful. It was the best calabash shrimp that I've had in a long time. That saying a lot since I was in the Navy and I've had my share of shrimp from all over the world. The table service was prompt and courteous and my drink never dipped below the halfway mark. I spoke with Jason the owner and complemented him on my dining experience. I will be a frequent customer to Carbon City Cafe.
By: vickie.goss.94
Zeko's Village
What an awesome place to eat !Really tastes like authentic italian food! Everyone needs to try the homemade ranch dressing.
By: matt.arnett.9
Carbon City Cafe
Supper was purchased there this evening and brought home. What a RIP-OFF!!! 2 Fish dinners with some extra pieces of fish was $32! The fries in one dinner were few and half done. The fish was obviously reheated, beyond greasy on the outside, and inside was dried out to the point that it was inedible. The dog had an expensive supper. That was the third time since it opened I have had food from Carbon City Cafe and it has been a STRIKE each time. Tonight was the LAST time.
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