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The Hillmont - Hollywood

froby | Apr 20, 200304:49 PM     4

Last night I was part of a party of five that dined at the Hillmont restaurant at 4655 Hollywood Boulevard. It was a first time visit for 3 of us including myself.

Our experience was pretty bad, we were served rancid macaroni and cheese and two of us also were served a chicken dish that was so salty it was almost inedible. Then to top it all off they ran out of Newcastle beer after I tried to order another.

The waiter was not very helpful in resolving the problems so we summoned the manager who basically listened and only later offered us free deserts.

We spent over $180.00 for an evening from hell at your dining establishment and I just wanted to let you know about it, as it does not sit well with me to have to pay for sub par food. In my opinion the manager should have been much more proactive with the complaints of the salty chicken combined with the rancid macaroni and cheese just removed from the table.

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