We would be traveling through Oregon and I knew that I could avoid paying sales taxes in that state. I called two weeks in advance to order replacement tires for my motorhome. I gave Bill the exact size for the replacement and set up an appointment for a Saturday when we would be passing through. The Wednesday prior to the appointment I called Bill to ensure he had the tires. He said he had them in stock. When I arrived Saturday I was told that they only had a smaller tire in stock and that they couldn't get the correct tire that day. The food at the restaurant was excellent but I don't recommend doing business with the tire center there.
Review is for Coburg Crossing Cafe:
Manager and staff fail to communicate basic menu options such as ability to add soup or salad to your meal that only comes with your choice of one.
Also they have an all you can eat soup and salad bar but no option to add it to your entree. Wtf!?
I've never seen a wait staff so confused about the menu.
The real kicker is that the menu is about a year old now as well as the "new" manager they say they need to ask.
What kind of restaurant manager does not Cleary explain these things to the staff and what kind of staff doesn't ask?
The waitress was able to find an 'add soup or salad' option on the kiosk and did so for me but said she wasn't sure if she would get in trouble or not.
She's been there for years and is a nice woman. I'm not trying to trash talk her but they really need to communicate better.
The broasted chicken is fantastic! Well worth the 20 minute wait they warn about on the menu.
Cheesy ranch mashed potatoes are great!
I enjoyed the navy bean and ham soup.
Dressing was served on the salad which is a no no in my book. Always on the side...
Sweet Tea was very good too.