|The Fork Is Bigger Than Their $8 Pizza!|
Translation: "BOHICA" - Bend Over, Here It Comes Again
|The Fork Is Bigger Than Their $8 Pizza!|
10/31/2015 Just to clarify a few things. We are leaving this reply public so that you can decide for yourself of the validity of the review.
First and foremost we do sell only 100% USDA Prime Beef, but you are lying about the prices. Our most expensive steak is $24 per lb. NOT $66 per lb.. Since you are blatantly lying about that I will allow readers to decide if they trust the rest of your scathing and shady review.
And as a Gumbo connoisseur, I'm very surprised that you mistake andouille sausage as "hot dogs".
Maybe sizzler would be a more suiting place for your refined tongue. We get that we are not for everyone, but to lie and make assumptions as you have is not disliking our food, it's ridiculous.
Owner/Management is always on staff and happy to answer any questions or concerns our customers may have. If you were having a bad experience we are happy to help, as it is our job.To which I replied:
First, in regard to your unprofessional and insulting comment:
"Our most expensive steak is $24 per lb. NOT $66 per lb.. Since you are blatantly lying about that I will allow readers to decide if they trust the rest of your scathing and shady review",
you need to brush up on your math Matt. Here's a word problem for you ...
Q: If an 8 ounce petite filet mignon costs $33 and there are 16 ounces in a pound, how much per pound is a petite filet?
A: $66 per pound
Am I a liar sir? Do the math if are able.
Second, in reply to your comment:
"and as a Gumbo connoisseur, I'm very surprised that you mistake andouille sausage as hot dogs",
I apologize. Your "andouille sausage" merely looks and tastes like hot dogs as I and the rest of my party of 16 agreed. Our mistake. We still could not finish more than half of the disgusting concoction, "andouille sausage" or not.
Finally, about the "Sizzler" comment (yes, it is a proper noun and is capitalized), I have no response to such a absurd, vengeful, and unprofessional comment.
I am a retired Air Force lieutenant colonel, combat Veteran, and disabled Veteran and I do not appreciate you or anybody else calling me a liar and insulting my character. My review was not a personal attack on you or your establishment, merely my opinion about my experience on one particular evening. I am sorry that you cannot accept constructive criticism well and must resort to vicious personal attacks on your customers when you receive a negative review.
I am not new at this and have tens of thousands of faithful readers who enjoy my detailed and objective reviews here, on my blogs, and elsewhere. Think about incorporating feedback, positive and negative, into your business plan rather than biting the hand that feeds you my friend.
Chris S aka CombatCriticMatt Huson, obviously not the nicest or most intelligent guy in Bentonville (or the planet for that matter), then responded:
"Now they will know you lie"As the say, the proof is in the picture:
|Petite Filet - $32 (Now $33) Per Half-Pound (8 Ounces Matt)|
"... there are a few things like the gumbo that a person might want to avoid.
The gumbo was not much more than tomato soup with some okra and hot dogs cut up. I showed our server several full bowls of gumbo that had hardly been touched and was told "some people like it, some don't."
Tamales are pretty flat until you light them up with the chili sauce that is provided. By the way - the chili will also light you up.
Service was okay - overall a bit pricey for what they deliver."
Cape Girardeau, MO
2 Star Rating (Out of 5) - 10/28/2015I will not respond further to Matt's unprofessional and vengeful banter and will let you decide for yourself who is more credible ...
|Matt Huson - "Owner" of Doe's Eat Place|
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