Jerry and I decided to give Pizza Hut a trial today. It has been open for four days now and we hoped that the normal startup problems would be past. We were too optimistic.
We arrived about noon, only to find out that today they would not be opening until 1:00 PM. That wasn’t much of a problem, because we had several things that we could do to occupy an hours worth of time.
We went to Cable Onda to check on some things and then went to PriceSmart. I found something in PriceSmart’s clearance area I wanted to get the price of, but after waiting 30 minutes for them to find the price, we were told that the person that know the prices was not at work today. See how easy it is to use an hours worth of time.
We returned to Pizza Hut. It was not about 1:15 PM. It was full. We were immediately seated and the order was taken promptly. That is the end of the good news for today’s visit.
While we were waiting, I commented that I thought it was hot in the restaurant. Then I noticed that the doors were open to the outside and the AC was not operating. Bummer!
Both Jerry and I ordered from the lunch menu. He and I both ordered the lunch sized Supreme pizza. They came with bread sticks and bottomless sodas. Jerry also ordered an order of Chicken wings.
The sodas came out in about 10 minutes. The pizzas came out about 10 minutes after the sodas. The chicken wings never came out.
The quality of the food was typical Pizza Hut quality. If you like Pizza Hut then you would probably be satisfied. Here is a photo of my pizza. I thought the Supreme pizza photo in the menu had both red and green pepper slices on it. What I received, had no red slices. Overall, of the pizzas I have had in David, this one might come in third place.
We requested our bills and started our wait. Fifteen minutes later, I asked another waitress to see what was taking so long. Five minutes later the bills came out.
Jerry’s bill contained the charge for the chicken wings that he never received. He found out that they had run out of chicken wings, but neglected to take it off his bill. When he checked on having the charge removed, it became so complicated, that he just paid for the entire bill (including the missing wings) and we left.
I guess on a scale of 1 to 10, today’s visit was no higher than a 2. I really have no interest in going back until they work out more of their flaws. I guarantee, I will never eat there again, if the AC is not working. When the bugs are worked out, this may be a worthwhile eating option. Until then, eat at your own risk.