On a scale of 1 - 5, five being the best and 1 being the worst.
Service - 3
They're rather slow, and the staff aren't too friendly.
Price - 5
Compared to the hotels, they're really cheap sometimes they drop to $50 a night.
Location - 5
It's about fifteen minutes outside of Atlantic City and you're in the suburb area on Rt 30 and there are plenty of restaurants. Dennys, Wawa, Good Fellows, Mt. Fuji, Pizza Hut, Dominos, and just down the street too!
Interior - 4
I personally, they lack in taste, but to each his own I suppose, the rooms were clean and the beds were nice and soft.
I chose the place for Quality Inn for it's location and price, it's low and right across from the gas station, what's also really nice is that south jersey has really cheap gas!
I knew nothing, actually scratch that I know nothing abut cars, I just drive one. So, when it just started sputtering, I brought in in here, and they fixed it right up.
They were very informative and kept things fairly simple when they were explaining what had to be done to my car.
Mom and I have been trying to renovate the house for the past six months, and now we're down to get getting new decor and furniture.
We walked in thinking we would have to deal with a thick accents and high prices, boy were we wrong! The owner speaks great english and is very much willing to haggle. She knows her stuff and everything there is gorgeous!
It goes without saying most everything has a oriental feeling to it, and lighting is mostly crystal lighting so it may or may not suit your needs. However, looking around will most likely be a great way to get new ideas to decorate your rooms!
I'm a big fan of noodles. I love noodles and I have to say this is restaurant is one of my favorite places to dine out. Their service is quick and food the pretty darn good. It's a small place so going during the off hours is probably best. The place gets filled rather quickly.
Noodles of course are their specialty, but their rice is just as good! I also recommend their spring rolls for appetizers!
I don't personally go to see Dr. Hong I see Robert V. Desilverio, and he's a new guy so, he doesn't see that many patients in a year.
However, he's very willing to help. He wants to help you and make sure everything is alright. He's called me outside of his office hours to make sure I know what's going on. He's seen me last minute so I can get back to campus on time.
The staff is pretty new, but they know what they're doing. So, if you're looking for dermatologist and you're not sure where to go, go for Hong's office. He's close by, granted his building is a little hard to find, but they'll give you very good directions if you call.
I know we've all heard horror stories about dentists and braces, but I've been to see BRAYCES and they're just awesome!
Everyone goes to see them, they know what the nurses know what they're talking about and they're willing to help you.
I actually looked forward to my appointments with them, the area was always clean and they always engaged me in great conversation (whenever I was able to talk). Truth be told I didn't mind being sore afterwards, because I knew with them handling my teeth I wouldn't be in my braces for long.
So thanks to BRAYCES!
I have to go there every single time I visit New York, and while the place always smells like ginsing and other bitter roots. The little tea shop still makes the best bubble tea outside of Asia.
It's about $4 dollars for cup, but they're in like 16oz glasses! It's cold, and sweet and perfect for the summer. And don't worry if you don't speak english, everyone who works back there are multilingual.
So, how awkward is it for a young female to walk into a sporting goods store specializing in hunting equipment and asking for bow and arrows? Very awkward, but the people behind that counter (after the "Are you sure?" looks) are the most pleasant people to talk too. They know their stuff and will teach you how to use the equipment you buy.
They have a variety of equipment and also know how to help you fix anything regarding weaponry. When I went to buy my bow and arrows they helped me measure out the length I needed to start out with and set the nocks for me.
So, while was a little intimidating, when you want to get started on archery they're definitely the place to go!
The first time I've had their food was take out sashimi and sushi. Oh! The fish was delicious! It was fresh and cool and the soy sauce was even very good. They specialize in hibachi and they've done a great job in both. They're cooks keep you well entertained while you're waiting for your food to cook.
They have a great variety of sushi roll for those who don't like raw fish, but they're prices are pretty high. However, that's to be expected of any Japanese restaurant.
I've lived across the street from this restaurant for the last 11 years and just a few years ago was the first time I've been there, and boy do I regret the missed years.
The alfredo pastas are my absolute favorite! The service is great and the whole restaurant has a very homey feel. I make it a point to go out there at least once a month.
You see a lot of tourists in the area too, because it's right on route 30 on a corner. Very convenient location too, between two gas stations and a Duncan Donuts and a Wawa across the street.