I frequented this place quite a bit my senior year in college while I interned close by. I couldn't wait to take my teenage mentee to experience something new. The food was great. The service by the owner? Not so great. My mentee was working on a service learning project and left her poster on an unused table to do some work on it while we ate. The owner walked by and politely inquired of the poster. She actually stopped and talked about the project with my mentee. About 30 minutes later, the owner decided the poster was a nuisance. (Might I add we were one of 5 groups in the restaurant, so seating was not an issue.) Instead of asking us to move the poster, the owner took a passive aggressive approach by walking by our table and, without stopping, said ""Move your poster. This is not your home; it's a place of business."" When I tried to politely talk with her about asking us to move it in an acceptable way, she walked away. Apparently this place is so popular, she doesn't need any more regular customers. When I informed her I would no longer spend my money there, she said she didn't care. So, great food, great price, but I won't go there and support a business that has a stick up their cavity. I?ve always received great customer service at Kokoro?s.
Pros: cheap food
Cons: terrible service by the owner