Submitted Sunday, July 6, 2008 - 12:58am [Dine in]
FYI: most restaurants do not ask to be included in the Entertainment Book.
The e-book coupon just creates a bad situation all around. What the server did (15% tip) was in poor judgment, but what would have the previous reviewer preferred, that they told him they do not accept e-book coupons? The 15% tip would have been less money than the entree the review would have to pay for, had the restaurant disallowed the use of the coupon.
Perhaps the restaurant does charge for the naan regardless of coupon, a charge well within their rights, provided they inform customers of the charge.
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. . .and homesickness of Filipinos in Vancouver, as you can glean from their clientele. For the longest time, Goldilocks was only one of the couple players in town. Hence, they can pretty much charge whatever they like for mediocre food. They've recently renovated the space and the food tasted even worse than before. Microwaved food -- bleck. Personally I've never thought their pastries were that good either, certainly not good enough to pay the price they're asking for. For my Filipino food fix, there are a lot more choices now, so I would stay away from Goldilocks.
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