Wheelchair accessibility: Easy in and out and, they even held the door!
I Love all their soups....
Cheap eats and good service.
Ordered online and picked up at specified time. Burgers were good.
Eat' n Park is always a great place for a classic and comfort meals .
I dined in with my mother and two young children. Each of us ordered a meal (4 altogether), and the meal that I ordered was the salad bar. One of my sons did not like his spaghetti, so I gave him a bite of my chicken noodle soup (from the salad bar) and asked if he liked that and wanted to have my soup instead. He said yes. I have twin boys, and the other deemed this unfair and asked for a bowl of soup so I got my other son a bowl of soup and discussed with my mother how we would just pay for the bowl of soup if it became an issue. Before we were able to discuss this with the waitress whose named appeared as "Ngan" on the receipt, she came to table and very loudly said "I'M GOING TO GO AHEAD AND CHARGE YOU FOR TWO BOWLS OF SOUP BECAUSE THEY (MY CHILDREN) ARE NOT TO SHARE YOUR SALAD BAR." I responded that this was fine and that my son did not like his spaghetti so I gave him my bowl of soup. She responded by saying "WELL I CAME OVER AND ASKED IF EVERYTHING CAME OUT OKAY AND YOU SAID YOU WERE FINE." I asked to speak to the manager, John, who had a similar passive aggressive attitude about the issue but reported that the waitress could have been more "tactical" in addressing the issue. He gave me our receipt, I reported that we wouldn't be back, and I returned to the table to pack up and leave. The manager followed me to our table and restarted the conversation that had already ended by saying with the same passive aggressive attitude "I don't know why you said you would never come back, I was siding with you by saying that the waitress could have been more tactical in her response." I responded by saying that I'm not surprised that his employee went toe to toe with a customer, because now a manager came back for more and is doing the same. Ultimately, we weren't charged for the kids meals and were charged for two 2 dollar bowls of soup instead, so the restaurant lost even more money than if they had done nothing at all, in addition to losing customers that will never be back. We were treated with even more rude behavior while waiting for any of the many employees in the lobby to ring us out at the front, as the manager declined to come over and complete the transaction as did the group of employees who were invested in making this an uncomfortable situation by insisting that we MUST check out with the original waitress and that no one else is able to complete the transaction. A young gentleman kindly stepped up and completed our transaction and gave my kids each a smiley cookie. I appreciated the kindness of this particular employee, but ultimately am disappointed in the experience that I had at "the place for smiles."