Jason's Deli 133 - Metrocenter  (PHM) Contact Reviews

Jason's Deli 133 - Metrocenter (PHM)

10217 N Metro Center Pkwy
Suite 125
Phoenix, AZ 85051
Jason's Deli in Phoenix, AZ
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    Founded in 1976 in Beaumont, Texas, Jason’s Deli serves guests at over 240 restaurants in 28 states. Our deli restaurants offer more variety and hospitality. From healthy to indulgent, classic and new creations, original and lighter options, to last-minute catering and all-day deals. Over the years, we have eliminated artificial trans fats, MSG, high-fructose corn syrup, and colors and artificial dyes from our food. We see our guests and employees as an extension of family and strive to provide the same quality meals in our delis as we do in our homes – with ingredients you can pronounce and trust.

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    Delivery from Jason's Deli makes it easy for me. I often have to order lunch for client trainings. I love how the people from Jason's just come in and set up whether I'm there or not. It's just done and handled - I never worry when I order from Jason's Deli.
    I'm impressed with the gluten free menu that Jason's Deli has. It has been difficult to find a place that offers more than 2 gluten free items. I definitely will be ordering from here again! I just wish the minimum required for delivery was a tad bit lower.
    There was a miscommunication on what is included so when my muffuletta was delivered it wasn’t the size I expected. The manager swiftly came to my table and apologized and brought me what I thought I was getting. Wonderful service.
    I enjoy going to Jason's for your salad bar. Lots of choices and to go container is large enough for lunch the next day. Little bit of a wait when ordering. But nothing to complain about.
    The soup wasn't as hot as some would prefer; I'm wondering if you served it in a large craft that held heat better, it might be better received.
    I come specifically for the French Onion soup. SOOOOOOO disappointed that it's off the menu.
    The staff that I came in contact with were polite and very helpful. I place an online order for approximately 100 people. Later that day I received a call from a store representative verifying my order and making suggestions I had thought of that assisted in making the event a success. The delivery driver went out of his way to assist with the large order; he even offered to assist in the set-up of the food. The food was such a big hit! The sandwiches were cold and fresh. And, the soup was warm and taste great. I had several people who wanted to know where the soup came from because of the delicious taste, aroma and warmth of the soup.
    Hello, I wanted to give you some feedback regarding my experience with a catering order. First off, the food was delicious and on time, and our board members were very happy, so that’s a great thing. Second, everyone I spoke with was delightful and helpful. However, I did want to comment on the pricing. Store 133, delivery to Reid Traditional Schools at 5 pm. October *****. Ticket keyed at 6:28 a.m. The total was 195.89. I had been quoted 185.03 over the phone when confirmed the day before. Not a big deal, and I didn’t notice it right away. I was not assertive enough (or patient enough, or something) when I ordered though. What I asked for per the catering menu was 12 plain jane potatoes at around $8 each, plus 8 broc/chili servings @ $2 each, plus a side salad @22, and a tray of decadent desserts @20. I thought I’d be spending around $154, plus tax. The very nice girl who took my order said, “I’ll ring it up as 5 of this and 3 of that plus the other thing…” I didn’t really follow, and expected that she knew best how to economize for me. I did say, “Are you including that side salad for $22?” and she said yes. What I was actually charged for was 8 grand potato bars at $12.99 each, plus 8 hot toppings, which I thought was how she needed to ring it to get the hot sides. I thought then there would be 4 plain janes, but turned out it was 4 more grands. There was a total of $8.50 upcharge for the decadent desserts. Interestingly, the dessert upcharge was 50 cents per potato on 7 potatoes and a dollar per potato on 5 of them. When it ended up at $185, again, I didn’t push or inquire harder, thinking it was tax and not taking the time or energy to calculate it in my head. I accept that I wasn’t diligent on the order end and $185 seemed close-ish to my expectation, so I let it go. She did waive the delivery for us as a non-profit, and I appreciated that. However, when the delivery came in at $195.89, after the meeting, I took a look at the detail on the receipt, and can’t help but feeling I got a little taken advantage of when I ordered. Your receipt asked if you made us happy, and the service and food were great, but the way the pricing was handled was a bit disappointing. Just wanted to share that with you. It’s quite likely we’ll order from Jason’s again, but I will do so when I’m not in a rush, pay closer attention, and advocate more strongly for the items I order. Thank you, Sherry Shumaker Administrative Assistant Reid Traditional Schools (*****, ext. 115