DIAL H FOR HELLACIOUS
H: the initial might mean anything. Happiness, health, hope or even honesty: in this case, the H restaurant at the Dr. Phillips Marketplace can be described simply put as the words' antonyms. Based on our experience, we were appalled at the behavior of management, customers and everyone in between. We feel an obligation at The Orlando Local News to look out for your pocketbook in these tough times. Unless you cherish half-cooked food, poor service, snobbish customers and oblivious management, don't go to the H restaurant.
Upon our entrance to the restaurant, the manager ignored and chastised us for even attempting to speak with him. We requested his presence at the table several times to simply ask a few questions for this article. He stated that he didn't have time and we needed to make an appointment. Well, we didn't either. Upon waiting an excessive period for our meal, we left, but not before several of the customers smirked and sneered in our direction to laugh at our formal dressware.
We took our food to go and found nothing but half-cooked meals the restaurant tried to pass off as edible. Most of the staff were not only inept but lethargic. Before H opened, Boston Market rented out the space. Instead of finishing our dinner at home, we decided to enjoy a delicious dinner at our local supermarket where shopping and dining remain a far greater pleasure than any type of experience at H restaurant.
The restaurant claims to serve meditteanean and Near Eastern cuisine though Cedars boasts of a far more authentic and mouth watering menu, not to mention live music and dancing! However, we realized in writing this article that some of you may decide to endure this nasty ordeal for yourselves before making a final discernment as to the restaurant's quality. Remember, if you do end up making a reservation over phone, dial H for hellacious.
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