I went for lunch and ordered iced tea, crab/veg soup and a chicken caeser salad. I waited a long time for the order with the tea coming as an afterthought. I never saw the waiter again. I went to the counter and asked for the check and to speak with the waiter. (I believe he was the manager)
I told him the soup was delicious, but the chicken on the salad was fatty and I couldn't eat it. He said that was too bad. I ended up paying $21 for the soup and one glass of tea. No offer of a refill, no offer to give me something else, and refused to take the salad off the bill.
This was my only bad experience in the lovely city of Alexandria. I sure won't eat at this restaurant again.
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