I was along Queen Street on a Friday and I decided to pop in for dinner. However to my surprise, Food for Thought has now rebranded to Fast Food for Thought or FFFT for short. When we sat down, we chose the bar table facing Standing Sushi Bar, the area was stuffy as there was NO ventilation and the servers did not turn on the lights at this area (we did not tell them to turn it on anyways). My fiance and I ordered a burger each; in addition, we also ordered a side (fries with the blue cheese dip). It was not very crowded with many diners already having their meal and yet, we waited for about 15 minutes - ironically, this being a FAST food restaurant. When our food arrived, we were so shocked! My burger came with ONLY FOUR PIECES OF FRIES - yes, it was THAT pathetic; while my fiance's burger came with SIX PIECES OF FRIES. The serving of the coleslaw was also pathetic and was not appetizing at all. In addition, the dip that came with the fries that we ordered as a side separately, was LESS THAN HALF-FILLED in the tiny plastic cup. When I asked for more dip/sauce, the waitress told me that we had to top-up for another $1.50 more. Needless to say, the sauce/dip did not last us halfway while consuming the fries. We were trying to scrimp on the sauce already while dipping our fries! Our beef patty was also dry and not very tasty and the bread did not even taste good and was actually pretty hard. Then the shocker at 8.40pm on a Friday night, the waitress came by to tell us that the restaurant was closing in 10 minutes so we had to rush through our food. Definitely NOT a good place for dinner if you are planning to chill on a Friday night. The couple that sat next to us ordered a milkshake or drink of somesort and they did not even drink half of it. I was glad I did not order whatever that is. All in all, it was a disappointment, definitely NOT value for money. I liked Food for Thought but not Fast Food for Thought!
I spent $18 per person.
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