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Posted by Anonymous on 08/12/2014
This place should be avoided at all costs. Frankly, while I do not support job loss, especially during such trying economic times, I wouldn't be opposed if this place was shut down for goods (hopefully all the hardworking individuals get rehired elsewhere). First, lets be honest, the food is mediocre at best. It exist to service the business crowd in the nearby office buildings. Don't get me wrong, that is fine, but when your service stinks, you should go. I am a regular customer. I order roasted chicken (sometimes dry) quinoa and Brocoli on a regular basis. Two hours after I ordered this time, I still did not receive my delivery. After being assured it was "on the way" someone finally told me the driver left because he tried to deliver it to my office but nobody was there. I work in a 60 person office. We have an entire floor. SOMEONE IS ALWAYS THERE. Fine, someone had a bad day and the owner/ manager/person picking up the phone was covering. You would think that they would be sorry and rush a deliver over. But NO. Granny Feelgoods must be doing so good serving up their hot garbage food they simply told me to "order somewhere else because we can't guarantee when it will be there." You know what Granny Feelgoods. I am done with you. I am starting a petition to boycott this establishment. Us Miami folk deserve better. We shouldn't tolerate such poor service. Granny, you give my city a bad name. Do us all a favor an leave. ZERO stars is too kind for you.
Posted by Laura Marie on 11/13/2013
Cute little place. A little bit of everything. More expensive then some of the other restaurants in downtown, but the food quality is definitely higher. Love the cooks, waitresses and staff - most have been there for years.
Posted by Gables Gal on 10/09/2012
The restaurant is great for a quick, healthy lunch in busy Downtown Miami. Service at the restaurant is fine but the delivery service and customer service related to delivery leaves a lot to be desired. There's always one problem or another - - Person who picks up the order takes it down incorrectly; order arrives too late to actually eat it; the delivery person is lacking social skills; etc. It's a shame. I would order more often but every time I've ordered there's been a problem.
Posted by Mrs. Martinez on 05/13/2012
This place has some of the best organic food in town. Their salads are unique, portions are good and overall experience was great.
Posted by anonymous on 05/07/2012
I was in the area because I had jury duty at one of the nearby courthouses. I was appalled when I got off the train and saw mostly fast food and greasy spoon style restaurants. After a brief walk around I came upon Granny Feelgood's and decided to give it a try. Very happy I did. The food was delicious, service was very good (they were very attentive to me and other lone diners--probably people also serving on juries). Sure, if you compare it to the fast food places in the area, it is a tad pricey, but that's not strange when you have table service and fresh, made to order food. I tried the grilled fish (tilapia) sandwich with sweet potato fries. The fries were very light and not a bit greasy. The fish was seasoned and cooked perfectly and they did not drown the sandwich with some a gloppy sauce. Very appreciated. If you're a vegetarian or vegan, they have several choices for you on the menu. And if you want to indulge, they had some decadent sounding desserts, which I unfortunately did not have time to try, as I had to get back to the courthouse. If I'm ever in the area again, I will definitely go back for another meal.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/26/2011
Food is well cooked and tasty and healthy. But I think it's too expensive. Easily for a simple sandwich you'll pay almost $10 !
Posted by burp on 04/26/2011
I used to go for breakfast (under $5). But, the cook doesn't know how to make eggs "over-easy", or "over-medium" (slimey); also, the homefries can be cooked or not so cooked. Granny's lunch menu is over-priced.