They suck, I waited in the drive thru for 30 mins. And they still didn't have my order ready, so I drove off. All I ordered was a three piece taquitos.
Food was horrible! The thinnest hamburger I have EVER seen. Slightly thicker than a piece of paper. Grew up loving Pace's but the quality has gone down past ANY fast food joint I've ever eaten at. I can't say enough. Just awful!!
Hi,my name is Asu Seymour,I grew in Hawaii Maui,I work for Outback Steak House for 5yrs,my position or experience is saUte area,...
Tonight's visit was a huge disappointment! First, we ordered a chicken salad and asked for bleu cheese on the side. The young lady taking the order could not hear and put in a chicken sandwich. When we pulled up to the window, a young man took my card and then said, "I'm sorry, she couldn't hear what you said about cheese for the "chicken"... I said we asked for "bleu cheese on the sided" and he said oh well I'm sorry, we don't have bleu cheese... I then said ok we will take ranch on the side of the salad... He said "salad???" .... We rang you up for a chicken sandwich..... not a chicken salad. When we were handed our food, I noticed we were handed a 3" x 3" plastic container (for a sandwich) full of regular head lettuce a couple small pieces of tomato and a couple small pieces of chicken... a simple side salad, but we were charged for much more.. I had to share my fish and chips because the salad was not a meal! We also ordered a footlong hotdog, and asked for relish only. We got a footlong with everything on it, except the relish! Shame on you PACE Drive In!!
It is unprofessional conduct to be speaking badly about customers while there are customers in your business. Wrongfully labeling a person with a narcoleptic/debilitating illness as a "drunken weirdo" is sad on so many levels. And then timing how long the over weigh customers take to finish their meal and assuming out loud that they are probably going to eat every last fry. Clearly ignorant, stereo typists. I am not returning there good luck with they way you treat people.