It was my worst eat out experience..
It was my worst eat out experience.
1) 3 Dirty homeless guys were sitting there when I came in and remained in their sits after I left without ordering anything or eating anything; just sitting.
2) Each entrance was surrounded by 2-3 homeless guys asking for money.
I’m not against helping poor, hungry, drunk and drug addicted people. But I can’t enjoy my food while surrounding by these sorts of men.
Here is the best part.
3) When I was in the middle of my food, a drunk high guy came into the restaurant shouting “where is the bathroom? I need to pee… peeee” staff showed him the restroom (Is this a public bathroom? I usually don’t eat my dinner inside a public bathroom. What about you? Do you?!) He faced a closed door and started shouting open the door come out and then pulled out his D… and peed in front of me on the floor and on the bathroom door.
You want to know the reaction of staff? Nothing. Absolutely nothing. They just ignored the whole event. I waited there to see if they are going to clean the mess or not. After 15 minutes, Nothing. I talked to two cashier ladies about what happened and the guy who peed all over the place thinking that maybe they did not noticed. You don’t want to know what happened after that. Do you?! Absolutely Nothing! They just stared at me! I told them my story again and this time…… One of them turned to the other and said: “I told you! He is saying, that guy peed on the floor and bathroom door.”
That was the end. Don’t worry. They didn’t send any one to clean the mess.
Cajun-inspired chicken and biscuits chain proffers classic Southern favorites, seafood, sides and desserts with a tangy twist..
This Cajun-style fast food restaurant first opened in New Orleans in 1972 and has since achieved domestic and international fame for its flavorful mild and spicy chicken. In addition to the storied buttermilk biscuits, seafood menu items range from fried popcorn shrimp and shrimp snack "Craver Paks" to chicken sausage jambalaya, catfish baskets and shrimp etouffee. More festive Louisiana regional fare--think red beans and rice, and Mardi Gras cheesecake--rounds out the menu.
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