Camel Balls Candy - the bill check review for #worstproductsevermade series (may contain adult language - viewer discretion is advised)
Would You buy Camel Balls Candy for your kids? The Bill Check Didn't think so. Watch the video to hear what we think of this product.
Photos taken by a patron.
It was brought to our attention about a week ago that this restaurant in particular needed to be reviewed. Not backing down from a challenge we gave them a visit. First off let me just say that I've gotten better service in a government office where the smiles are as rare as snow in Trinidad. Upon entering the restaurant you are left to figure out if you can sit anywhere or just stand looking like an idiot. After grabbing some seats outside a waitress came to our table fairly promptly with our menus that were thrown on the table because this place doesn't bother to train staff. You own a pair of legs and you can breathe, you're hired. We ordered a beer and a 20oz bottled coke, there is method to this madness as I would explain. Drinks came to our table within three minutes and we enjoyed our cold beverages while taking notes for our review. Decor is plain, nothing that would make you jump out of your skin but functional. Cleanliness seems to be top priority at this restaurant which is always appreciated. I would like to say The Rise is nothing but electric but the light went out the minute we saw the bill. You were probably wondering why we made such an order. It was brought to our attention (with Photo) that they charged exorbitant prices and unfamiliar taxes for particular items like soft drinks so we wanted to see for ourselves. The bill is itemized like any other POS system making it easier to understand and check for "mistakes". A bottle of Coors Light cost $16.00 which is fair in establishments such as these. The coke costs $15.00. Yes I said $15.00 and this is the price they felt like charging on this particular day. Where did the tax come from? For no other reason than this we at The Bill Check cannot recommend The Rise.
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