February 25, 2012 Dbayeh Mount Lebanon Lebanon Middle East

Fuddruckers Dinner, Lebanon (Restaurant Closed)


Welcoming: 1/5

Food Temperature: 1/10

Ambiance / Music: 1/10

Menu Choice: 1/5

Food Taste: 2/30

Architecture / Interior: 1/10

Food presentation: 1/10

Service: 1/10

Value for money: 1/10

Again! No change? Worse than it can be?

A couple of month ago, when i visited Fuddruckers for the first time i had a very bad impression, and a very bad experience. I thought, maybe because the restaurant opened newly its doors, the staff and chefs were not ready or badly trained... I received many emails and phone calls asking me about the experience and inquiring about the negativity of the review since some reviews were positive, so i promised them all to come back again for a refreshment.

Here we are, five month since the first nightmare...

"I cannot understand how a restaurant, that bad and that lousy can still be open for public."

  • I didn't hear one single person enjoying it.
  • Are the owners tasting the food? is the franchise checking on this venue?

A restaurant that should close the sooner:

  • The waiters are unprofessional to the extend that a friend of mine has been charged 900$ on his credit card from a waiter that added an additional unprofessional "0".
  • The food is never fresh, the bread is always hard feeling like it was heated with a microwave, and the dishes are not pleasant to see.

In addition to that, the alcohol issue. We are in a democratic and open country, is it acceptable not to write BEER on the menu, and put in in a non-branded side menu? BACON: bacon is pork, this is how fuddruckers serves it all around the world! Why should it be a beef one in Lebanon?

To end it, honestly, don't try it: you're not missing a thing.

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