I just left the soon to be out of business called Bagels 4 U. I had breakfast there with my wife around 9am today, February 3, 2011. My wife had the whitefish salad and I had the Challah French toast with bacon. For starters the cucumbers on the whitefish salad were not freshly cut. They were clearly old and from the day before because they had the translucent almost slimy texture to them; we did not complain. When I received my French toast it did not come with bacon like I ORDERED IT and how it was offered on the menu (for an additional charge of $1.50). No big deal I wait for my bacon while I eat my breakfast. The waitress brought the bacon out shortly after, no harm, no foul right? After we finish eating and I go to pay I notice that I am charged $2.95 not the $1.50 for the bacon. I ask the fairly old woman behind the counter who I presume is either the owner or his wife, about the charge. She states that I ordered a side of bacon and that it is $2.95. I tried explaining to her that I ordered the bacon with my french toast and she had to go get it after. She starts to quibble with me about the size of the side order (mind you I dont make the order sizes and really have no idea what they are or are not supposed to be). I told her to forget it and just run my card. The man behind the counter in his best "Gumba Italian" voice says "forget it charge him the dollar fifty and he can find somewhere else to eat". Now since I AM Italian, and I have been a chef for 25 years - I would have normally instantly started a confrontation with the punk behind the counter. But being of an age where I have two young children and a busy schedule I decided just to leave and proceed to post at every single restaurant site that this business is affiliated with. Between that and my long time relationships with all the food vendors, brokers and distributors in the South Florida area, I will do my best to damage the "Gumby's" reputation. So, in conclusion: between the servers lack of attention, the owner's wife quibbling with a guest about the size of an order of bacon, and the now referred to as "Gumby" behind the counter, this restaurant will not survive, especially in Cooper City where the patrons are used to being catered to. I would avoid it at all costs unless you like spending $9 for an egg breakfast that comes with a side of "Gumby". Oh well, too bad for them. CYA around "Gumby"!