Today 22nd of June, took my family to crush cafe around 8.30pm, order for bush fish and drinks, and i was given a fraudulent bill part machined and part written by hand, and claimed that GM signed the alterations.
I demand to see the GM and a guy was brought to me, and i asked him to identify himself, he quickly denied and said he's supervisor, anyway i complained to him that additional 12,000 naira was added to my bill, he left with the bill to correct it.
Later the waiter came back with the same bill and said that i should pay the bills minus 5000 naira but i disagree but i was forced to pay 45,000 naira under duress with the help of the bouncers and staff cos i was helpless.
My advice is not good for family outing.
I’ve kinda been looking for spot to hang out in Gwarinpa..Not only to get work done but to grab some cheap , decent food. I think Crush café Gwarinpa is my solution. Crush Café is a massive place, it’s almost like a recreational center, they have got ping pong tables, a volleyball court, an outside bar and grill area..It’s only missing a pool really.
The interior of the restaurant is a good size too and there is an upstairs section that is still under construction, and wait for it…they have free OPEN WIFI!
Yes, we are here for that. Anyway, the waitress came up quite quickly after I took my seat and provided me with the menu. I have a thing for nice menus, I feel like if your menu is on point..your food should not be too bad. Yes, there might not be a correlation..this is just me. The menu I was handed was practically falling apart, anyway I decided on the Crush Burger and fries (1200) since I figured it was a signature meal and a Tonic Soda. The menu stated that the burger came with sweet creamed corn and green peppers…I was interested to seeing how that turned
The food didn’t take too long and on first bite, it was actually not bad. The Crush Burger was supposed to be beef but it kind of tasted like lamb. The corn was randomly placed inside the bun and I didn’t really understand the point. I did enjoy the burger though, it didn’t bang as much as the Street Café one or BluCabana but it was not bad for ₦1200. The fries were crunchy and not oily which always wins.
Service was quite good as well, and I felt taken care of. Crush Café is a win for me.