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05/20/2017
By: John H.
Perkins Restaurant & Bakery
Good food, nice service. Have been there many times and will continue to do so. One problem they are short of help, but that is almost an industry wide problem now. So be patient.
05/07/2017
By: Carol P.
Perkins Restaurant & Bakery
When the French toast is so cold that the butter on top doesn't melt, you know there's a problem in the kitchen. Slow service and cold food is disappointing. Not likely to ever go there again.
02/23/2017
By: Diane V.
Neuroscience Group Of NE Wi
im calling here 1st,,if anything like dr. alex..they're 5 star..if they stay put!
11/08/2015
By: Mary U.
Oink's Restaurant
Very very slow service! Staff will leave you wait for a loooong time. I've been there a few times because I figured it was just a bad day. Not... just plain slow. Only go there if you have a lot of time on your hands. Staff is very friendly though once you get waited on.
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10/20/2015
By: Mary G.
Perkins Restaurant & Bakery
Tried calling in an order to go. was on hold for 10 mins and waited thinking they were busy. Person answering phone rude. Went in to place order instead. Service terrible. Waitress very rude. Obviously does not enjoy her job. Will not return.
02/04/2015
By: Thomas S.
Andrew R Greene DO
I have been waiting over two weeks for the results of an mri. The other three doctors I've seen for this issue have personally called me the same day with other mri results. When I call I have to go through 2 layers of rude operators to get to Robin or Renee or something only to be told in more ride terms that she doesn't know anything. There is not even a receptionist to greet you when you get to your appointment just a cold sign telling you to sign in, fill out your paperwork and wait until the nurse calls you. The office was not professional at all. I made up my mind today that I'm going another route and I had my mri stuff faxed to another doctor and I made an appointment with them.
12/28/2014
By: Kimberley A.
Oink's Restaurant
Wonderful service and very friendly staff! Did a great job to accommodate us and our young kids too. :)
08/12/2012
By: dedoctor
Perkins Restaurant & Bakery
the help seem very friendly. the food was very good. The staffs attention was very poor. from waiting to order to waiting for someone to pay. this perkins needs ramsey!
05/30/2012
By: donteatatatoinks
Oink's Restaurant
Sounds like they dont like kids or the elderly. One of our older friends took their Red Hat Society group there after the dinner rush and the owner told them they were at a restaurant not a conference room they would have to leave. It really kust sounds like these people are a bunch of jerks,
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