Nice & comfortable place to sit but space constraint. The food not bad but the fries sometimes are soggy. Staff are friendly & always serve with a smile, but service slow as has to sit first and wait for the food to be served.
I only go to LJS for their fries. this branch can get a little busy during lunch/dinner time, so have some patience if you want to eat here. if you're a regular you'll notice that the size of their chicken have been shrinking.
on the eve of chinese new year, most of the restaurants was close... me and my friend decided to buy food at LJS at Vivo City... we understand it's busy.... we ordered the grilled seafood and grilled fish and the nachos with fries for take away... the server said to us to wait for 5 minutes... the five minutes become more than 20 mins.. but nobody approaching us to wait a bit more... the long queue was gone and all the order was out except our order...so we wait more than 40 minutes.. but still nobody approaching us...but then at last they serve us first the nachos with fries...we still control our patience,...the nachos and fries were finished eating but then the main course still haven't prepared...so we decided to approached them... they serve our order... they are very lucky we do take away... because they give a bit of rice for one of the meal which even for a kid is not enough and the other meal was with uncooked rice.... who wants to eat uncooked rice??... people r hungry that's y they buy food but it will also lose ur appetite if they will served it like that...you can only appreciate the sauces... plus the whole plastic bag was so messy beacause of the sauce,.... they never arranged properly the takeaway order box.. so embarassing because we still need to arranged it while walking... we r also working in same industries.... at LJS Vivo City is the worst service i ever experienced
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