BEST FOOD EVER!!!!!. OMG! This is the best food ever, no matter what I get I am very pleased and full. The service is WONDERFUL and I will continue to go back. You can't go wrong eating and drinking at Tony M's!!!!!
Loved it!!!. My family and I went to Torny M's for dinner, I had the Coulette Steak, it was amazing juicey and tendIer. I was very pleased with the service. I love the changes that the new Management is making!!!!!!
Best Wings in Town. I went in for lunch and couldn't decide what to order, then I saw them carry out an order of wings and I knew I had to try them. They were great and I've eaten wings all over Lansing!! Then to top off my meal the service was great, I didn't have to look for the waitress she was right there re-filling my tea. What a meal, you really couldn't beat the food and the service.
Great Food, Great Service. I went there for dinner with my husband. I had the steak coulette. You talk about tender!! It melted in your mouth!! I couldn't beleive it just like they say they guarantee it to be the most tender steak that you have ever eaten. I loved the food and the service was great, so I reserved the banquet room for my son's up coming graduation! I reccommend the drive out there!
Customers are not important. My friends and I have frequented this restaurant for many years, each week meeting on Friday afternoon. Our weekly tab is between $75-$100, we're not big spenders but we're there every week, no exception. The owner overcharges and is disrespectful to customers, asking them to leave instead of making good on a $2 overcharge. What a jerk! We will never return. Clearly a place placing themselves above the customer!
A Place To Avoid. The management practices of this restaurant are the worst to which I have ever been exposed.
What a joke!!!! POORLY RAN SACK IN THE WOODS.
I thought that this place was a place to dine with your family since it's family owned and operated. My family went there to have dinner. Well, the owner seemed to be very angry about something he slammed his fist on the bar. My four year old jumped out of his seat because of this. I asked the waitress if everything was alright she said that's normal he just a pissed at a worker. first i was shocked that she just swore around my kids and secondly that it was normal. What?? I was keeping a watchful eye and saw that another table returned their cuz it was burnt. i think that this sent him over the top. he was swearing left and right at the poor cooks in the kitchen. needless to say i for the bill and got out of there.
This man needs to take anger management classes and a few buisness class. my dad remembers when that place was always packed. i hear thats when johns dad ran the joint. hey big guy you might want to ask your dad how to run a restaurant!! I have been served better a McDonalds!!
Nothing ruins an appetite like poor service.. Tony M's is a hole in the wall, in an isolated location, for very casual dining. I ordered a steak sandwich for lunch. The steak was cooked well, but it wasn't much of a sandwich. It was more like a 4 oz. steak on a slice of bread. I guess I was presumptuous to assume a sandwich meant I would have meat between two slices of bread. But, it's lunch service and food were excellent. Cutting into the small steak, enjoying the mixture of steak sauce, onions and mushrooms was satisfying. Satisfying enough that I felt comfortable overtipping the waitress for servicing the party of 15 co-workers I was with at lunch, yet still being attentive to me. I was in Lansing for a week of training at Meijer's distribution center, across the street, and was eager to spend my employer's money on good meals. I returned to Tony M's for dinner, ecstatic that I had found another good restaurant to bring my family of 6 to, so I ordered a fettuccine dinner with breaded chicken breast, salad and bread. Big mistake. Poor service. Poor management. Worst food. The fettuccine was cold, overcooked, the sauce tasted like store bought, poured from the bottle, alfredo sauce. Oh and no chicken in my order. I had paid the bill. The manager tried to argue that there were two fettuccine menu items one with chicken and one without. His repeated statement was that I had not been charged for the version with chicken (Not true!! Every time I added it up It was clear that I had paid for the chicken added menu item). It is unlikely that I missed the other menu item, but even so, if the person taking my order is not sure which fettuccine I want, isn't it normal business practice for him to ask? Isn't that better than a customer being disatisfied with the order returning it for correction or asking for their money back? If the food is cold, bland and not what I ordered should I care if I wasn't charged? The manager had some breaded chicken cooked up to place on the cold, poorly cooked noodles.
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