just had our lunch at this place with groupon voucher. the meat is tender and well marinated. the chicken taste good as well. the hot anf spicy soup is a too oily for me but still tasty. Ther service also not bad, even though one of the auntie can't speak English but she's stil very helpful. we are just too full to try all the items. we'll be back for sure!
The management of U U Cook responded to this review:
07 Apr 2014
I believe this guy are one of those customer we rejected. We are partners with groupon. Overall sales of groupon directly goes to groupon itself. We are not paid until we scan the groupon barcode. This guy basically brings a groupon barcode that can't even scan.! Error message is payment issues. We suspect that the credit transaction was not even successful in the first place. Whose being the groupon scam now?
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