Dear Readers, this is my 4th RE-POSTING. My previous 3 posts were mysteriously deleted. Pls find my feedback after dining at this restaurant below:
First visit. Total disappointment. Prawn Noodles Soup was very diluted and prawns unpeeled. Lor Mee has enough bee hoon but little pork meat and no taste. Fuchow Fishball Tung Hoon was also disappointting - Soup no taste, very little tung hoon. Whole place was smokey with smell of frying - place felt like hawker centre atmosphere, and felt like no aircon. Overhyped place. Understaffed for service and one or two waiters just ignored calls for attention.
One can get better chendol at Balestier market.
Have dined in Penang state many times. Very poor food to represent Penang.
The management of Gurney Drive responded to this review:
07 May 2012
Thank you for your feedback. We appreciate all comments to help us improve on our food and service.
Firstly, we would like to clarify that we have no access to remove postings from the Hungry Go Where website.
We are sorry to hear that you did not enjoy the food at Gurney Drive, and did not have a good experience with the atmosphere. We would like to hear more from you and perhaps invite you for a session with our chef. Please email us at Petrina.firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you and working towards giving you a better experience at Gurney Drive in future.
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