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Sweet Tomatoes

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(1 Review)

8405 Mills Dr Ste 220, Miami, FL 33183

(305) 595-1995

CLOSED NOW
Today: 11:00 am - 9:00 pm
Tomorrow: 11:00 am - 9:00 pm
40
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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Hours

Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Phone: (305) 595-4996

Fax: (305) 595-4996

Payment method
mastercard, amex, discover, visa
Price Range
$$
Location
The Palms At Town & Country
Neighborhoods
Kendall Kathryn Mills, Kendall
AKA

Souplantation & Sweet Tomatoes

Categories
Restaurants, American Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Private

Wi-Fi: Free

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Cuisines: American

Wheelchair Accessible: No

Takes Reservations: No

Outdoor Seating: No

Price Range : Average

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Becky G.

12/13/2015

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Horrible customer service. I noticed there was no chicken chunk noodle soup which is why I come for and waited for about fifteen minutes for a y ate don't to come to the area because they could not hear me so the employees for yapping away talking about Cuba. Laugjing,making jokes etc. I decided to just try to fish and noodles or chicken I could find and scooped out a huge ball the size of of softball of wrapped up noodles which was unevenly cooked and it simply wasn't big that the my hand tilted and it landed on the serving area next to the soup. When the finally came,I asked her to please replenish the soup and she began yelling and insulting me like I've never ever heard before. She called me a filthy pig, disgusting idiot and began yelling win her hands up in the air telling me how much of an animal I was. She said in Spanish.. eres una asquerosa,que clase de animal y cochina eres. Idiota... No turned ni una gota de celebro animal. This was all in front of my two children ages five and ten if which one is autistic and became very anxious and fearful because of the demeanor and violent loud use of words and body gestures. Even the autistic child who has issues with social norms knew this was not right. I told the lady that the soup had that thing in there and it was not even edible so it was good that it was not in the bowl to begin with and she got louder and attracted the entire restaurant as an audience in verbally abusive language. U immediate roomy kids to the table and got the manager which you could hear the lady yelling in the kitchen still and the manager went over and the lady became even more aggressive I. Front of the manager and grabbed the ball of gunk out of the trash to show the manager yelling about how disgusting and gross I was to remove the ball of gunk and then violently tossed outback into the trash. She was completely hysterically. The customers approached me with their comments about how they felt bad that I was being treated that way and one man told me that that incident was a total lack of respect for mankind. Started I went back to my table with no soup of course because they closed down that section and had to cook more I guess but about twenty minutes later as my kids were almost finished with there food the managers apologized And told me they were preparing more soup and kept coming by to see if everything was OK as if nothing had happened because that's what you do anyways when you go to a place is ask if you need anything etc. The soup was ready and when I went to get it..the lady was actually still working there. They did not even send her home for the day and they employees in the back were all laughing at me. Aqua no Paso Nada... Haha. (Nothing happened here lol). Just amazing... Also by the way my parents are Cuban too but they do not disrespect or treat people as if they are owed something and have earned their living with dignity and respect for all and with a gratitude to the US for the opportunity to live and work here. They did not have the attitude of sticking their hand out and asking for others to take care of them a d definitely were not so self centered or entitled. It seems people in Miami in these lower paying jobs feel like the world had to give them something just for existing and when the demand comes the Yb throw a fit and insult and become extremely aggressive. Also,I will never ever step foot there again.I have PTSD and child with autism so this was an event that I will definitely never forget because in my lifetime I had never been insulted OT treated that way in my life and in front of my children. This has left me in shock and the best part is that I did nothing wrong. The only thing I did wrong was step food In that place and ask for soup.

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