Well, many musical chairs are playing in the world of cafes. We joined the one famous called @trufflethecafe newly opened in Bopal, Ahmedabad.
8 out of 10 for the ambience but no live music playing. The staff was friendly!
Mozzarella fingers mixed with thousand island sauce, an unusual combination
I was highly disappointed with their special mocktail from the menu called Hangover in bong glass which was bartender special. It tasted horrible!
Baked puff bowl pasta was palatable but not delicious. Though, cheese quality was not up to the mark in both of our dishes.
The café needs to practice on building good food quality and food styling.
No doubt we friends had a good time, but we were not happy the way we expected.
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There is more to negative reviews than the 1-star rating. Your potential patients are diving into the details when they see a bad review, and you should too.
A bad review does not have to be a bad thing for your practice.
In fact, if you have enough positive reviews to “buffer” the occasional bad review. It has been shown to actually give your business more credibility than as opposed to having a perfect record of only 5-star reviews.
Happy Bad Review Friday!
My mom and I used to go to @olypremiere all the time when I was little. She recently went back and got a haircut she didn’t like. In the process of looking for a new place, she came across this gem. If you need a haircut or color and are in Olympia, don’t go there. Please.
Also, an example of sexism from a woman. Most people in general tend to not like confrontation. I’ve walked away countless times from a salon unhappy with my haircut, but I wouldn’t tell them. I barely want to tell someone they made my drink wrong at Starbucks. So calm down, Kelly.