Denim Co Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Denim Co is a restaurant in Brisbane, Queensland Australia. Offers Premium cafe blend from Lavazza coffee. Serving breakfast all day long cakes & sweets.


Denim Co has inefficient service and its overpriced, claims Clenaranjo at tripadvisor.com.au

"Terrible and expensive food. We went there for coffee and croissant and we all agreed this is a place no to be recommended. 1. Coffee was bitter and too strong 2. Service was too slow and inefficient, they only had two waitresses working on a Saturday at 10:30 am. 3. The croissants were clearly old, they were hard as rocks and not tasty at all 4. Prices where very high, which is not a problem if the price matches the quality, but that was not the case here. Paying $30 for 2 flat whites and two non-fresh croissants is a bit much. 5. Due to the lack of staff all available tables were dirty, which we only realized after we ordered."

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Former Employee - Sales Associate says

"I worked at E Street Denim full-time for less than a year Cons: Terrible pay. Never saw raises and promotions given in my time there--owners prefer to hire outside instead of promoting from within, even when multiple employees express interest in opening positions. Owners are very indirect and lack communication about what they want from employees. While store management directly above general employees is great, owners have the final say. Whenever owners came to the store, we were made to feel like we were greatly under performing even though store management would reassure us and say otherwise. Watched multiple times as they would mysteriously leave an employee they wanted to fire off the schedule instead of ever addressing problems with the employee. Owners seemed very stingy with paying employees, dodging paying full-time and over time when possible via scheduling and sending people home early or telling them they don't have to come in for that day. High turnover for general employees. Only 20% discount, which you couldn't use on anything on sale. Owners seemed to distrust employees despite management's backing/support, and would push off the responsibility of confronting employees they disliked or were unhappy with onto other managers."

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