I live in South Georgia and there are no Bob Evans Restaurants near me except for Jacksonville, FL. For the last 3 years on every other Sunday I have driven to the Bob Evans location (55 miles from my house) on Hodges Blvd to get your delicious old fashioned Navy bean soup with ham, a small dinner salad, 2 dinner rolls and a cup of hot tea with lemon and honey.
About 3 weeks ago, I drove to the Hodges location and the placed was closed for business. I was broken hearted and went to a Filipino restaurant and got chicken adobo with pancit. Fortunately, there is another Bob Evans across town in Jacksonville so I drove there yesterday, only to find out that the navy bean soup was no longer on the menu. Again i was crushed and no longer have a reason to visit your single restaurant in Jacksonville.
My question is why was the bean soup pulled from the menu? Was I the only customer in the US that ate the bean soup.
I am seriously disappointed in this action and would like an explanation. Thank you.
Reason of review: Old fashioned bean soup off the menu.
Monetary Loss: $1000.
Preferred solution: Let the company propose a solution.
I didn't like: That the bean soup was taken off the menu.