Service is awful!.
I have gone to this place for years. I love the food. But the Inglewood location is going down hill. The waiter "Larry" needs to be replaced. I drove 57 miles Sunday to have brunch with my mother and friend. My friend and I had 2 glasses of champagne and my mother didn't have any. When we asked for a 3rd glass while we watched the football game, we were told that 2 glasses was the limit. I have had as much as 4 glasses with no problem on other occasions. Mind you, the whole hour and a half we were there, we were the only ones there. 2 people came in to pick up orders. And the served a very inexpensive "Cooks" champagne!!!! We considered attending their New Years Brunch, but that 2 glass limit was a "Deal Breaker" I have even heard "Larry" tell a customer that they should not put so much food on their plate if they do not know if they like the food. And that they were wasting food. This may be true, but I should not have been able to hear him say it and it should have been said in another manner. When I saw the customer's plate, there wasn't that much food being thrown away.
Coley's, if you are having financial problems, post the food and drink rules and limits. I can see why people were getting food to go. I would not want to eat where I feel unwelcomed or like we are bothering the waiter. I will NOT be back and that is too bad because I love the food. I drive too far to be treated like a trespasser.
Awesome Food & Service.
This lovely restaurant may not be in the swankiest of areas but I am never disappointed when I go here. The sunday buffet is a great value. The patties and chicken soup are to die for. The staff is always friendly and attentive. Mrs.Coley will often walk around the dining room checking on patrons and Mr. Coley cooks and works the room as well. It always feels like I am in the home of an old friend when dining there.