The store was out of regular sugar, and I asked for anything similar, they suggest the syrup sugar will taste the same, I agreed. When approaching to the window, they charged the fees for the syrup, when I asked them why there is a charge when you're out of sugar? the store manager than said you can take splendor or others kind of sugar instead, I told her but your employee said the syrup is the alternative. Anyways, I didn't like the way they handle the situation especially it was only 65 cents or something like that more. I live closed by so I like to visit the store by 9 am in the morning almost everyday. But from this moment on, I won't because I don't want to face the manager there anymore. She was mean and rude.
Surfrider is located right next to my house, so I go there regularly. I've never had a problem with a drink and the girls are always very friendly. I'd recommend to anyone, especially those who drive on 272nd or live nearby.
Great selection on all sorts of drinks ranging from coffee to ice cream shakes to Italian sodas! Staff is extremely friendly as well as helpful. Definitely would go here before thinking of going to star bucks when I'm in the area
You know, if you asked me a few weeks ago to review this place, it would have gotten a higher score. If you want breakfast, it's not even that bad. Their chicken fried steak, I would recommend it. However..... DO NOT DO DINNER HERE. Unless you want breakfast for dinner. This was the first time we ever had dinner here. The first thing I noticed (maybe I wasn't looking before) was that the cook bare-handled everything and on a hot day like today, sweat was apparent and I don't think I saw him wipe his face or wash his hands once. But I can deal with that. I mean, really, at home is anyone really THAT much cleaner? But then I noticed our "baked potatoes" that we ordered with our meal were 1) only half a potato and 2) nuked in the microwave!! I HATE microwaved baked potatoes -- they do NOT taste right. I had to spoon the corn into my HALF of a potato to make it edible. Then, my daughter notices that her fried shrimp dinner has "black stuff" in it. My husband and I unbread a few pieces to find each and every one have not been properly cleaned and de-veined. I called the waitress (I think she actually may have been the manager or owner, in hindsight) and showed her the shrimp we've opened up, all with black sludge from the severed vein and instead of at least feigning some sort of concern or regret, she proceeds to go to the freezer and return with a bag of pre-breaded, frozen shrimp that she says she spends a lot of money on. She forcefully insists that those frozen, pre-made shrimp and they've passed all health inspections and we clearly didn't know anything about what we were talking about. I cook shrimp all the time, have friends that are professional chefs, and explained about the deveining process, and she continued to insist that we were idiots. I get that some people don't mind eating the veiny sludge, but it's not healthy, nor is it common practice to serve it this way in any restaurants with any credibility. I loved this place for breakfast. I will NEVER eat here again. This woman nearly made my 7 year old cry and treated us without any respect or willingness to hear what we were trying to tell them. They may have good hash browns and decent chicken-fried streak, but their conduct was beyond the pale. I won't look past the filthy, ancient interior, the badly washed dishes, or the horrible bathrooms any longer for the sake of a cheap meal and "ok" food.