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Posted by Gaby Olivares on 09/18/2014
I would like to start off by mentioning my husband and I really enjoy trying new cuisines and restaurants. We go out for food at least twice a week. Being a plantation resident, we regularly receive coupons and offers from local restaurants and businesses. We decided to try iSushi Plantation because it was Wednesday and our coupon mentioned “1/2 price all food items, dine in only for Wacky Wednesdays.” As we sat down, we ordered a nice glass of wine. To our disappointment, the wine’s aroma smelled like vinegar and was in fact spoiled. Luckily, the waitress agreed and replaced the wine with a fresh one. After eating a few appetizers and some sushi rolls, we realized our bill was in fact not half off food items. We questioned the waitress, who embarrassingly went to get her manager. The manager returns asking what the problem is with the check. We present the coupon, asking for ½ off the food items we ordered. His response was “that coupon is valid until 5pm. It is only to get people to come for lunch and to generate lunch business. It does not apply to dinner.” NO WHERE on the coupon did it say it was valid for a certain time. The last time we checked, WednesDAY is a full day and does not end at 5pm. He refused to honor the coupon even though we told him we were plantation residents. He still insisted we pay for the full bill and was arguing with us over a mere $15. By the way the food was just OK, so do yourself a favor and go somewhere else for sushi as there are many good choices around.