SAGINAW, MICHIGAN -- Yes, you read it right. We went to TGI Fridays to celebrate my sister's birthday. Not only was the service bad, my husband found a folded up band aid in his dish of barbecue sauce. HOW DISGUSTING. The managers acted shocked and of course we left without paying for our partially eaten food. They stated that it couldn't have come from their kitchen because their cooks only wear blue band aids and gloves. They stated that they get their BBQ sauce from a manufacturer. DO NOT EAT AT ANY TGIF.
PLYMOUTH, MINNESOTA -- My father took our family out for a nice dinner at TGI Fridays this last Thursday Feb 8th 2007. When the bill came and it was a good amount for 9 people they had taken out 18% gratuity. My mother gave them a $25.00 gift card and said use this for the tip. We had gotten home and not only did he get gratuity they never took the 25.00 gift card off the bill or off the gratuity so the waiter ended up with a 62.00 tip. Just be warned that they will not tell you whether or not they take gratuity. You have to really look at your bill and then correct them a few times to get it right or to keep them honest. The store #0089 From an angry consumer.
OXNARD, CALIFORNIA -- The first time I ate at TGI Friday's, the food was served lukewarm. This time, the salmon was so overcooked that it was tough and hard. I asked that no scallions be used to garnish my meal, but it arrived covered in scallions. Service was sporadic and the server didn't really seem to care whether or not our dining experience was a good one. I suspect there weren't enough servers on duty. Overall, the food was awful and the service was marginal. I would not recommend this restaurant.