The restaurant is kept clean and the food is good quality. The drive-thru is always super-fast service...which is convenient most times, but can leave you feeling rushed. Also, on more than one visit I have checked my order to find something missing. Going inside to order in person always gives accurate results, but it takes SO LONG to wait on line, order & receive the order. Much slower than the drive-thru. Overall, a good meal and a reasonable price.
The staff is fast and accurate delivering orders. They are helpful and for the most part friendly. The resturant is kept clean and the supplies are always well stocked. Good fast food choice.
The Fruits/Vegetables are normally a great value for the price. Good selection, and friendly helpful staff.
One huge drawback to shopping at Sal's is the FISHY SMELL in the entire store. 'The Fish Market' is located right across from the produce, and I have actually still smelled the fish on the bananas and grapes after I bring them home. The staff at the deli, 'Bari Deli' is very nice, and the prices are reasonable - but my cold cuts all go bad after 2 or 3 days (I can normally use my deli meats for 5 or 6 days from the major supermarkets)
The best thing about going to Sal's is shopping at the Meat Market
'Casanova Meats'. The prices are good, the meat has always been fresh, and good quality. Much better than any supermarket's meat I have found.
I highly recommend Dr. Scott Goldstein. His practice Pediatric Dentistry of Long Island is a friendly, caring environment for children. I have never had to wait long in the waiting room, and the entire office is CLEAN and brite. The staff is very friendly, knowledgeable and helpful.
Dr. Goldstein has a wonderful way of communicating with his patients - such as, he takes the time to greet the child in the waiting room, kneeling down to talk to them 'eye to eye', prior to the exam...building trust and helping them to relax and co-operate. He creatively talks the child thru uncomfortable portions of treatments. The office staff never uses terms that scare the patient, but rather creative phrases such as 'sugar bugs' rather than cavity, or 'fire engine' rather than drill (what a scary word for a child!)
As most children do not like going to a dentist, I feel so fortunate my children think of going to see 'Dr Scott' as a visit to a friend.