Anyone know how are they with bookings? If you book for a certain time, can you actually sit down and order then, or do you have to wait a while?ImaniOU wrote:Be forewarned that to help alleviate the crowding thing and the complaint of empty tables that Mother Theresa mentioned, they are seating reservations only from 6:30 to 8:30. If you don't have a reservation, don't bother going between these hours. Sucks, but it keeps them from getting overloaded.
Any recent improvements with this?ImaniOU wrote:It seems that Forker's is going through some growing pains as they are getting more popular than their facilities and staff can handle. Service is rather frustrating. I've had dishes not come or come only after flagging someone down to remind them that I hadn't received it yet...
Forking guy wrote:When they left, their cake was still on the ground outside. I cleaned the table and threw away the leftover cake (1/2). about an hour later i got a call saying she wanted the cake. i apologized and said that we threw it away, and i offered her a free dessert next time she came in. but she wants me to pay 500Nt for a new cake.....any ideas on this?
Rascal wrote:Agree with DB, don't pay for a new cake. They ate 1/2 of it, so it's not that they "forgot" they had a cake, instead they consumed some of it and the rest is considered left-overs to be thrown away. Their fault, not yours.
...a large 40+ group ...
...next time, keep anything that looks like someone might have forgotten it, as they may come back for it later. You could keep it until closing time, *then* toss it.
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