MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE -- I went to Pizza Hut on Austin Peay and Covington Pike in Memphis, TN to order some pizzas. As I was ordering, I noticed the young man preparing the pizzas was not wearing gloves. I asked the young lady at the register do they always prepare pizzas with no gloves and she stated that sometimes they wear them and sometimes not.
I proceeded to walk away and I heard one of the young ladies laughing and the young man preparing the pizzas making a comment about I can go somewhere else and order pizzas, in which I did anyway. I think there should be a policy in place for people handling different items should always wear gloves. I will not be going back to this location.
CONVERSE, TEXAS -- No food on the buffet table, waitress asked what you want, mgr. and 2 other employees were reading the paper instead of putting pizzas out for lunch. When they noticed I was taking pics they decided to put pizzas in the oven - by then my lunch break was over. Salad bar was also nasty.
I would not recommend this Pizza Hut, they need a new manager that is going to take charge and make sure that the products you are paying for are out in a timely manner - not be reading the paper. Upon checking out the waitress asked me how everything was so I told her and she just nodded and said "Yeah I know, the food right?" Sorry place and sorry management, he needs to be replaced - he does nothing. I have pictures if needed.
ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA -- Today I ordered two separate times from Pizza Hut both paid with credit. As the first delivery man handed me the order a personal pan with wings, he hands me the receipt & my copy, looks at it & hands it back to me asking for a tip! Now I'm not a horrible cheap person. I have no problem giving a tip if the service is outstanding or the weather is bad but to be ASKED for a tip is by far the rudest thing to ask! Luckily I had some cash & handed it to the man very unpleased.
Second order was during the evening - another personal pan & a medium pizza. Same transaction - paid by credit, handed receipt, having the driver hand it right back to me asking for tip (not the same guy) - at this point I'm pissed! Pizza Hut needs to address this issue with their drivers do NOT ask for tips unless the customer willingly gives it. I told the man no because the cash I did have gone to the previous guy. He once again handed me the receipt & asked me to put $0.00 in the tip spot, angered I put the amount & slammed the door. Next time (if there is one) this happens I will personally call the store while the driver is present & send it a complaint!
ST ANN, MISSOURI -- First off what pizza place can not break a hundred dollar bill and if for whatever reason they can't why would you be rude about it. Most customers would already be upset that you couldn't break their hundred dollar bill but you have people stupid enough to be rude and upset the customer even more. What kind of people do you have working for you?
I order from Pizza Hut at least once or twice a month and will no longer go to this location if any at all because of the way I was treated by that cashier who gets paid to take care of your customers. I have been a manager in food service for almost 10 years and know that taking care of a customer is the most important thing, without the customers business you wouldn't have a job at all.
WINFIELD, WEST VIRGINIA -- I was calling in an order and was asked to hold. The phone was laid down and I could hear in background discussion with a disgruntled customer. After the person hung up there was language (the **-word) and description of the customer just being talked to. I am glad my wife didn't call. I would have been even more irate. No one picked up the phone so I hung up without placing my order in a couple of minutes. I won't call this Pizza Hut again if this is the type of service I will get and the type of language I will hear.
MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA -- About three weeks ago on a Sunday I walked into Pizza Hut on Broadway to order carry out where there was a guy working on a pizza. I knew he was busy at the time so I waited, and waited, and waited. When he did finally come, (with all his extremely gross big holes in his ears from his round earrings) he looked to my right and talked to me as if I was over there. I said, "I'm over here." There was no "how can I help you" or anything. I asked if he had a menu and he pointed behind me and told me to go there to read it. I didn't.
He finally went to get it for me, I read it over, he went back to working and EVENTUALLY came back and asked me what I want. I told him I changed my mind about ordering and walked out to order pizza at Papa John's. NO eye contact, NO smile, and NO interest in the customer from that man. I also find it unprofessional for those people to wear that type of "jewelry" (if that's what you want to call it) taking food orders. IF I go back, I will once again walk out if that man is working and that will be my last time there. Thanks for hearing me out.
JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE -- My wife and I went to the Pizza Hut #005960. First time we had been in a while, we were shocked at the condition it was in. Tables were broke down, had sign not to sit there, Building was not clean at all. We had the buffet bar, it was not clean and the salad ingredients were not fresh or at a cool temp. The pizza was old and not edible. I can't understand why the health inspector lets them get by with this.
My wife and I are retired and on a budget and paying $17.50 for a meal and leaving it on the table, because it is not fit to eat is not good for us. I know that no one really cares if we eat there or not, so we will eat some other place from now on.
ASTON, PENNSYLVANIA -- I have been going to Pizza Hut every Saturday for 20 some years. I have been going to the Aston store in Pa. since it opened, but it has really gone down hill. The main problem is that there is no air conditioning in the summer (I had to leave because it was so hot in there, June 6th), also no heat in the winter. The seats are so broken down which makes them very uncomfortable. Their pizza needs to be cooked more, the dough is never done. I'm tired of having to return it. Will not be going back until the air is fixed and the pizza is cooked better.
SCOTTSVILLE, KENTUCKY -- We ordered two personal pan pizzas and a sandwich. The wait was horrible even though the restaurant was almost empty and then the pizzas came out, but no sandwich. The waitress said it would be right out then proceeded to take her break while I waited for my meal. The sandwich never came, no one checked on us, and finally 20 minutes later we had to ask about the sandwich. Even after asking we had to wait for it to be prepared and by that time the pizza was cold and we were done waiting. It was one of the worst dining experiences ever.
CANONSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA -- I stood at the counter to be waited on for ten minutes yesterday at approximately 7:30pm. There was a man waiting on the bench for his pizza and hardly anyone in the restaurant. I stood there watching a guy take pizzas off the machine and box them. He never turned around to see if anyone was there which was probably NOT his job anyway, but as slow as the place was there should have been someone else there to at least help him out. A woman came in to pick up her pizza so I let her go ahead of me. It took so long for the woman and the guy to get waited on that I just gave up hope and left... Maybe we should hire more people...