I was incredibly disappointed by Gwennies. The service was terrible and the food was gross. When I got there, I ordered an entre and a side of eggs that my waitress told me would cost $2.50. The entre was awful, so I only ate the eggs. When the bill came, I noticed that I had been charged $4.25 for the eggs. I objected to this and the waitress stated that because I had eaten the eggs I had to pay the elevated price. I asked her to make an exception and she stated that she would get her manager. She never did. Instead, she came back and stated that the manager had decided that I had "misunderstood" her. Because the "misunderstanding" was my fault, I had to pay the full price for the eggs. I did but I will never pay for or purchase anything else at Gwennies. In my opinion, if you misquote a price to a customer, you cover the cost and if you say that you're getting the manager you do. It's common courtesy.