Went there for my wedding back in '05. I was rushed straight to the dressing room and then when my room wasn't ready, no one from the staff suggested that I have a seat in the waiting room. I would have gone myself, but it was my first time there, didn't even know where it was. My facial was lackluster. Nothing to write home about.
The decor is nice, yah. But, that's not good enough for sub par service especially when they're not on the cheap side.
CONS: Services, Service
He charged me for a whole bunch of things and ripped me off. Now he's missing in action and I want to take him to court. Can't serve him because he closed his shop down. DO NOT USE HIM UNLESS YOU WANT YOUR WEDDING RUINED!!!!
I just hope I can get my money back and manage to take him to court. He shouldn't be able to do this to people.
PROS: Absolutely none
CONS: So many to list I'd need a whole website.
This place is right next door to Rose Pistola.
I recently had a facial here and although the neighborhood is quite posh, this place looks like it belongs in Saigon.
Nasty, unhygenic equipment. The eyebrow parapharnelia was something I didn't even want to think about, but Im sure if the salon equivelant of the health food dept was there, this place would be shut down.
I walked out with the blackheads I walked in with. Save your $60 bucks and go down to Refresh a day spa and get your facial, its money well spent.
Ive had kaiser as my health care provider since I turned 19. Although its not cheap. I love the fact that its all inclusive. With the exception of Dental, Of course!
I recently had a surgery and I received 5 star service!! It was my first stay at a hospital and I couldn't have been more pleased.
Although if you pay out of pocket, its not cheap, its well worth paying it considering its your health youre paying for.
In my experience, Ive had good doctors and great nurses.
These people had a little joint on Jones street before where they used to sell chaat. That placed closed and now they're on Mason Street across from the Powell Street Bart station.
The food was yummy. Fresh ingredients, flavorful food and good service.
I went here recently because I read the reviews on Yelp!
This is a little hole in the wall located on O'farrell street.
We had the prawn tikka masala and CTM (aka chicken tikka masala).
Pros: Uses really fresh ingredients, good naan
Cons: For not so stellar food the prices are higher compared to other indian restaurants.
The CTM had slightly undercooked chicken. Most places Ive had this dish, use tandoori chicken. It was slightly rubbery and cold.
The service is super slow. The waiter was completely clueless and seemed like he was scolding us instead of asking us what we thought of our food.
The prices aren't that competitive with neighboring restaurants and therefore, I'd skip this place especially if this is your first experience with indian food.
I live two blocks from this place and I wanted to see what all the hype was about. So after years of watching people wait for eons in rain, sleet or snow, I trudged down there to see for myself.
Went with my husband for breakfast one Tuesday morning.
Expect a line because the place is really busy even on the weekdays. Although, its not as bad on the weekdays as it is on the weekends. Its closed on Tuesdays.
I had the French toast and my husband had the eggs benedict.
Both were pretty average. Their plus points are the fresh ingredients. Service is pretty quick even with the crowd. Noise levels are pretty high, so dont expect to have a deep conversation with your breakfast mates.
The best thing we had was the coffee cake. The pastry was delicious and fresh.
If you're a breakfast person and are curious, I suggest you go here, otherwise there are a dozen places where you can get a similiar experience without shelling out the $$$