Their food is full of flavor and quality ingredients. There was a woman making pizza dough from scratch in the front area behind the counter. I watched her use her whole body. It was wonderful to see someone care about the work that goes into making a great product. It looks like it may be a husband and wife team running Capri. It was heartwarming and their food is filling and flavorful without the grease. Best part of it...it was very affordable. The owner suggested I try the chicken samosas (sp?) these little pockets were made of traditional Indian spices that slapped my toungue with flavor. In Alaska, its next to impossible to find any Indian food that is affordable. I am so glad my friend suggested this place.
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Store always appears to be clean and organized. Though checkout lines at times crowded, cashiers appear to be well trained or at least good at faking it. Seem to have overall training programs as I've seen associates rotated from cashier, to customer service, to walking the floor recovering merchandise, and seem to be helpful and effective no matter where assigned. Even those that appear to be mgr/supv working right along side the associates, back pulling TV from electronics, and even walking recovery with another associate. I'd like to see a better selection of some products, but overall am very pleased with the Muldoon store.
My family was visiting for Milano, so I decided to take them to Pizza Olympia. We all loved it! Nona was more than pleased which is a great surprise in it's self. The Athenas Delight was perfect and unique, Geyros was made with their own homemade pita bread (very orginal) and Seafood fettanchine and Zoi's special were amazing. This is a fun place to bring your family and friends. The place also seams to be run Italians maybe Greeks. Thank you Athena for the Baklava!