Last week, my husband and I went to LeBlon for the first time to celebrate his birthday. We could not have been happier! The evening's meal started with a friendly hello from our waiter, who explained the setup to us. We then went to the cold salad bar, which was exceptional, and had a great variety of cold salads as well as a few finely prepared seafoods. Back at our table, I enjoyed the handmade Sangria and mini cheese dinner rolls hot out of the oven. When we completed our salad course, we were just in time for the rounds of ten - TEN - finely cooked meats (filet in bacon, garlic steak, glazed flank, sirloin, chicken, sausage, turkey, pork loin, parmesean pork, and lamb) along with fried plantains and the best sweet potatoes that have ever touched my tongue. We did save room for dessert, of course - he had the mango cheesecake, and I the red velvet cake. Both were exceptional, and both were made from their bakery, which is housed in a little lunch shoppe down the road. Service was prompt and friendly, and the food was wonderful. Well worth the price!
On Martin Luther King Street in Greensboro, NC - I witnesses the cleaning crew - cleaning the bottoms of the tables..not a quick swish job, but a through get down with it scrubbing. I am talking about the part where you would put your feet on at the bottom of the tables!! Then i happened to look up and there was another person cleaning the ceiling light covers-- and anywhere you choose to look the place was nit-pickey- clean!! CLEAN I TELL YOU!! The food looked good (and is good), the service was excellent and you got what you wanted, each worker seemed genuinely happy and pleasant. No trash or anything in the entire parking lot - everything was just beautiful!! If you are hungry and want a good nice clean place to eat out or eat in...go to CHURCHES CHICKEN ON MLK street in Greensboro, NC!! NICE!! These are some diligent and hard working people there to serve you and to see that you are happy!! I love my experience with them!! EXCELLENT WORK PEOPLE!!!
Love the food at cook-out however when purchasing the BBQ sandwich at the Summit Ave. location, they are wrapped in foil once put together. When you open it up, the Bun has became wet and like it's been soaked in water and falls apart. A different Bun should be used for the sandwiches or another way found to keep the bun from being soggy and falling apart before you get to eat it, perhaps putting the slaw in a continer on the side. Also the staff's professionalism could be better as also the way some are dressed. There have been times, I have noticed male employee's with pants with a belt, however the belt was like midways of the buttocks. Not attractive. Seems there's always a lot of laughing and talking and cutting up going on inside as well. Customers do take notice of things like this, even at the drive-thru window.