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  • 1.Royal Oak Enterprises Inc

    Hwy 19 N

    Salem,MO

    0.61 mi

  • 2.Royal Oak Enterprises Inc

    673 Highway Jj

    Salem,MO

    5.08 mi

  • 3.Royal Oak Enterprises Inc

    19 Highway E

    Salem,MO

    12.77 mi

  • 4.Royal Oak

    18351 Sparrow Dr

    Licking,MO

    19.47 mi

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05/19/2017
By: Hugh B.
Timber Charcoal Timber Site
Took a tour of the plant on Hwy 19 south of Salem lead by Tod, one of the owners sons who explained the product and process from beginning to end. Fascinating history and explanation of processing that make Timber the producer of the best natural charcoal in the USA. Thanks, Tod!
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08/30/2016
By: Crystal K.
Common Grounds
Was really nice the food was Fantastic , only thing I seen was they could use a carpet cleaning on Their carpet other wise I LOVED IT , PEOPLE WAS REALLY GREAT VERY RESPECTFUL, FRIENDLY & FOOD WAS DELIVERED ON TIME AND VERY TASTY AND GREAT PORTIONS I GIVE IT A 9 !!!! CAN'T WAIT TO TRY THE STEAK NIGHT NIGHT!
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03/15/2016
By: Tiffany W.
Common Grounds
I have never felt so disrespected and abused at a restaurant in my life. I ordered a double shot of espresso. I received a nearly-full 8-12 ounce coffee mug.I tried to explain to the owner that this was not what I ordered. (Anyone who knows even a little about espresso should know that a single shot is an ounce, a double shot is two ounces.) The owner started nastily telling me that I was wrong, I didn't know what I was talking about, that's what a double shot of espresso looks like (a full coffee mug), and that I was the only one to ever complain, so I was the one in the wrong. She was awful! And she even went as far to tell me that she measured her espresso mugs herself and that they're each one ounce. Okay, so you have no customer service skills AND you can't measure. When I tried to calmly explain to her that there is no way the large mug of coffee was only two ounces, she flippantly cut me off and said, "There's no point in arguing with you. I know I'm right."
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