Sunnin Lebanese *terrible service AND ripping off homeless people!
Used to go all the time and always had the same server... a very friendly chubby man.
Last trip there, I saw a Lebanese man order the spicy kefta kebab. I read the menu description and it sounded good. Catch was although the menu specifically states the kebab is grilled, it is actually sauteed. The man who ordered the plate asked that the kebab be grilled. He seemed like he knew what he was doing and I wanted to try it.
A younger tall male who looked fit waited on me tonight. He took my order for the spicy kefta kebab and I asked him to make sure it was grilled. He said SURE!
I saw a a spicy kefta kebab dish being prepared but, didn't think t was for me bc it wasn't grilled. After awhile, I realized that the it was for me since there weren't any other ones cooking. To prevent further delay, I alerted my waiter and told him that the kebabs were not grilled. He proceeds to argue with me that, ""they usually make it like that,"" and ""it tastes the same."" Grilled obviosuly doesn't taste the same as sauteed. Instead of fixing it OR apologizing he then tells me that they're ""too busy"" to grill the kebab. Too busy? There SEVERAL OTHER kefta kebabs on the grill!
If they couldn't do it then don't bring me the food prepared incorrectly and proceed to tell me that they couldn't after the fact.
Another thing I saw the last time (from the same guy that was waiting on me tonight) was that he was about to charge this homeless guy *extra* money for his order of fries. I was right there next to the cash register when he ordered the fries. Total for the fries came out to be about $2.7-something. In fact, the words he uttered to him were, ""I'll just take $3 for that"" AS IF he were cutting him a deal! I would not have found out that the fries were less than $3 had I not offered to add his order to my tab. I really thought that the guy was giving the homeless guy a break!
I can't believe I went back tonight after witnessing that. I guess it served me right!