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By: Susan K.
Earls Kitchen+bar
It was a amazing experience last night, the wait staff and all the managers were very accommodating to our needs , the food was amazing I highly recommend Earl's kitchen thank you!
By: So W.
Saravanaa Bhavan
Pretty disappointing. I've been to other Saravana Bhavans around the world and the Plano location was disappointing. First off, the dosa we ordered was soggy and not crispy... Once we complained, they came back with a crispy one. The potato filling was very bland and with raw onions.. So the after taste was pretty bad. I had the executive thalidomide with different types of rice and that wasn't bad, have the 2 stars. Even the host was really not helping and didn't know what to suggest. It seemed as if she was shocked as we didn't know the subtle differences between their dishes. I wouldn't go back again... Taj grocers' dosa and sambhar was better tasting.
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By: Violet P.
Lighthouse Eye Care PA
Received first class service. Dr. Bui explained all details of my appointment. Very professional. I would highly recommend Lighthouse Eyecare.
By: John S.
Manaloor Eye Care
Dr. M is great! She took the time to listen to me to see what I was looking for. I will definitely back next year!
By: Jeannie S.
Relaxing atmosphere, decor is modern yet comfortable, service is personable but not intrusive, prices are just right, and the food is DELICIOUS. Creative menu, great variety, portions are generous and includes items for kids. The owner is on-site and can make recommendations from the menu for your taste as well as from the ample wine selection. The Sunday Brunch menu has more selections. I am definitely going back!
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By: Ravi A.
Saravanaa Bhavan
First the good: Excellent tasting Chennai style food. Decent ambience for a HSB. Prompt and courteous service.Now the bad: For crying out loud, do they even realize that Plano IS in Texas where everything is oversized when it comes to food? We ordered Ghee Pongal for 7.50 and what we got was quantity that will fill a 5 year old, no more. Mysore Bonda at 3 for 5.99 is a bit pricey but not quite the ripoff Pongal was. Special meals at 11.99 was decent, and good portion, though I had to order an extra plate of rice to finish off all the side dishes. Again guys, do us a favor and increase the portion sizes. It is painful to see your servers apologize for the small portions.The crowd will stop when they leave your premises hungry. Coffee at 3 bucks was authentic south Indian and piping hot. Again a suggestion here... Some people may prefer to add more sugar. So would it hurt to send a packet or two of sugar along?The Ugly: $38 including tax and tips for 2 people sounds excessive. I must say there was nothing left in the plates when we were done.
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By: dfwdean
Mama Jenny's Family Diner
I ordered the Greek Omelet, side of hashbrowns (I asked the be browned) and a side or rye toast (for the tzatziki sauce that comes with the omelet).The omelet was good, 3-egg I believe: there was maybe an ounce of gyro meat, I'm not sure, don't think I actually tasted it. My hashbrowns were burnt to a crisp. No idea what happened to my rye bread.You practically have to beg to get a refill on iced tea (served in teeny tiny cups).They do serve awesome thick slices bacon and why it deserves a one star.
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By: dfwdean
Dumpling House
Hidden out of the way, this is a really enjoyable place to dine: came for dumplings, got them, and on the recommendation of the waitstaff got an order of the beef pancakes.The dumplings are huge, about eight to an order: the chicken/mushrooms and the pork/string beans were amazing. The beef pancake (6 to an order) look like fried flat dumplings, very very juicy (wear a bib) and equally delicious.Service was friendly and no better/worse than other Asian restaurants serving predominantly Asian clientele.
By: Gloria M.
Cedars Woodfire Grill
Went there today for first time. Notice on front door said yhey CLOSED this location and their Frisco location.
By: Mary M.
Dr. Richard R Works, OD
not very friendly or professional..its very hard to get in contact with the office. do yourself a favor and go elsewhere. and they dont honor appointment times, so be prepared to wait forever.
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