Impressed ! First Class Service, No hassles, No Fuss. Drain Doctor diagnosed my problem over the phone and gave me an estimate of the cost, and went far and beyond what he had to to get the job done. I have had several plumbers come out and all they did was waste my time and my money. If you want a plumber with excellent knowledge and skill set with brilliant service, Drain Doctor Plumbing is the company for you. Will be recommending to all my friends and family ! Extremely Grateful.
Just had some carpets and sofa cleaned and very happy with the job. Easy to make an appointment, and arrived at the agreed time. Really decent chap who works hard and was very professional. The sofa came up nicely and even the old hallways carpets look 1000% better too. Happy with the prices too. Thanks - good work.
I am a long time customer and happy to recommend this business to anyone who needs a good spring clean or just to deal with a stain on their favourite sofa. They are a team of friendly professionals who take pride in what they do. Always on time, efficient and leaving my carpets and windows as good as new.
Smart, charming, excellent work, swift in quotes and service. Has YOUR best interests at heart. Remembered our wiring from over 5 years ago! Lost contact when we got rid of an old fridge along his magnet and contact details. Michael is a trusty old school customer focused handy chap.
We were given a list of electricians to consider by a retailer. We ended up choosing Mark, largely, because of the reviews on Truelocal. I'm glad to report that all the positive reviews were accurate. Mark was on time and his work was great. Highly recommended!!
How unfortunate that such a nice shop offering a great selection of cheeses and other products has staff that make comments about customers. I was shocked to overhear what the staff said about a very nice customer. I hope the customer didn't hear them and I hope I didn't get the same comments after I left! One can't help but wonder what the owners of the business would think about such unprofessional conduct ?! Although I loved the shop , the sandwiches and desert were delicious I am not at all sure I will return!
Admittedly the food is great but also on a pricey side (this is probably some of the most expensive ramen in Sydney). The soup stock is exceptional. The wait staff are generally lovely although if you ever have an issue that is brought to management, you will meet with arrogance. I think they know they're popular restaurant, and thus don't see a few disappointed customers here and there as a big deal; but only time will tell. Ensure that you ask where the queue for getting a table starts and ends, as we accidentally cut in front of a few customers who were lining up at the "Take Away" sign, not realising this was actually a continuation of the exceptionally long "Dine In" queue. 30 minutes of waiting later, management insisted that we "should have known" that it wasn't actually a takeaway line because the restaurant had been around for quite some time, but it was our first time there so what gives hey?! To avoid the disappointment we experienced, also ensure that you get them to add your name to a notebook they've got tucked away somewhere - in addition to waiting in line - because if you don't (it's not obvious but it's somehow your responsibility), you won't get a seat. But if you can get through the massive and totally counter-intuitive queueing system, the food is quite actually good.
I admit, I am a bit of a ramen snob and I was a bit skeptical of the hype surrounding Ippudo. My husband and I popped in one day only because there wasn't the usual line outside. We ordered a ramen, some pork buns and a prawn bun to share, and I must admit I have been won over. You can order your ramen noodles any way you like - extra hard, hard, medium or soft. The noodles are great but the soup is even better. It is expensive for a bowl of noodles, but it's pretty damn tasty. The pork buns are delicious too. Some say it's better than momofuku.
The restaurant is noisy and you might have to share tables, but service is efficient and friendly.
Wow. I might just have had the best meat pie ever here. Yep, I think it was. Light flaky pastry with big meat chunks that melt in your mouth. I was a fool, and added sauce - old habit - and totally not needed.
Lorraine Godsmark is a Lorraine godsend. The tiny little patisserie smells divine and it's great to see that they've dedicated most of the space to the kitchen. A small little counter and window displays on two sides of the shop boast a selection of perfectly crafted cakes and pastries.
I pick up a lemon tart and the Bert's Beef Pie - technically not from Lorraine - it is an Alex Woolley (of est.) creation that is available across a number of the Merivale establishments.
Both are absolutely delicious. The beef pie has a perfect pastry with a soft, tender beef filling. No soggy bottoms for our mate Bert. I got tomato sauce with it but it really didn't need it at all.
The lemon tart is not too sour or sweet - just the way life should be.