Comment Archives: Locations: Restaurants

Re: “Mekong Cafe

The hours are incorrect .....plz correct them
It's Tuesday - Friday 11:30a - 8p
Saturday's 4-8p
Arts Alive Saturday's 2-10p(1st Sat of every month)
And its not Vietnamese food only Thai and Laotian food
Special parties , catering , reservations are welcomed and encouraged!
Thank you,
Tanya Coleman
Owner
Mekong Cafe
307 2nd Street
Eureka, ca 95501

Posted by Tanya Williamson Coleman on 10/07/2014 at 12:43 AM

Re: “Hunan Restaurant

PLEASE NOTE: This menu is NOT accurate. Its a random menu from another establishment tjat closed many years ago. For more currrent listing and pricing, pick up a copy of thier menu brochure at cashier during business hours. 8/21/14

Posted by MGT on 08/21/2014 at 10:43 AM

Re: “Lost Coast Café & Bakery

A great vegetarian/vegan menu where the food not only tastes sensational, but the presentation of each meal is as visually pleasing as the diversity of ingredients used to enhance every dish. For anyone who cares about the Earth and wishes to support healthy, harmonious living for all Earth's sentient beings, this marvelous restaurant caters to the two legged and four legged among us. It's a win/win for all!

Posted by Elizabeth Tjader on 06/22/2014 at 10:53 AM

Re: “Ultimate Yogurt, Eureka

good selection of fruits and candies depending on your appetite. Some frozen yogurts ready to go in a fridge. Tables, kid seats for bar counters as well, that is if you aren't take out. It is price per pound so if you want to go super cheap get the marshmallows covered in chocolate topping and you get the best bang for your buck, but for me the gummi bears are good there so there's no other option. They have smoothies and other items as well.
Personal opinion:
Strawberries looked good but I haven't tried them yet. Butterfinger is tasty/cheap, the waffle bowl/cones are very tasty if you want to just eat everything in your path.

Posted by Andy Bridenbaugh on 06/07/2014 at 1:46 PM

Re: “Bob’s Footlongs

Well, I waited a year before revisiting this poor excuse for a restaurant, so that the poor service I received would have an opportunity to work itself out, but you still suck. Did I really just pay +$15 for this tiny, mediocre cheeseburger, 3 jalapeno poppers, and some cheese fries? $2.40 of it extra for fricking nacho cheese out of a dispenser to drown my fries? I will NEVER do it again. Last time I intended to give you a chance to explain or make it right, but when I called to complain that you messed up every part of my order other than the milkshake, the little turd that answered said, "Well, I made the milkshake, so I'm feeling pretty good about that,". Seriously? You're not even gonna APOLOGIZE? I just hung up, and avoided visiting you for a year, hoping that it was just a matter of bad timing. I was wrong: It is apparently a permanent fixture for you to hire incompetent kids that have yet to develop a work ethic.
And WTF is the difference between a double bacon deluxe cheeseburger and just a double bacon cheeseburger? Because I asked for no pickles, no onions on a deluxe, and I have two patties, a strip of bacon broke in half, and some cheese on top of a ketchup-smeared bun. What is deluxe about that? And since there's no difference, why couldn't we just use the bacon cheeseburger combo you had listed on the board, and just charge me extra for bacon? Oh, wait, I see on "Yelp!" that someone points out that lettuce and tomato make it a "deluxe", so you just generally screwed up my order as well as overcharged me. I have never in my life seen such poor standards, uninvolved cashiers, and overcharging, even though I am becoming used to the local Dumboldt-level of customer service. I will be visiting every review page I can find to explain and describe what failures anyone that visits can expect from Bob's Footlong, and how the name is only appropriate in how deeply you are gonna get screwed.

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Posted by Benny Lee Maynor Jr. on 11/12/2013 at 5:30 PM

Re: “Bencharong Thai House

I ate here a couple nights ago. The food was filling and tasty. I am glad this place is here and I will return to eat more! Yummy! A little on the pricey side for my tight budget, but worth it.

The glass of wine tasted like the bottle had gotten warm. They might consider keeping their wine in a cooler location.

I had the Param Long Sromg with tofu and the Golden Triangles. Yummy!

Posted by Jason Robert Patton on 08/24/2013 at 3:31 PM

Re: “Funky Monkey Café, Sequoia Park Zoo

BTW, it's on W Street, not West Street ...

Posted by Pat Bitton on 07/16/2013 at 12:39 PM

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