Mehh, thumbs down. All the way down.
Entered shop with my son yesterday who is bigger built for his age (not that it should matter) and was difficult to communicate with the male shop employee. He asked if my son could wear a mask, he’s only 5 and on the autism spectrum, which is unrealistic for him to wear one. I also don’t think he’s required to as he’s under 12 and falls into the special needs category. The conversation was like talking to a brick wall with the female glaring behind the counter miserably which was uncomfortable to say the least. People with differences exist, that’s just life. Just left a sour taste in my mind. I actually liked this shop and always stop in when I’m around southmall but won’t be shopping there again. May sound like no biggie, but perhaps people need to educate themselves more to be better equipped/aware dealing with customers. Especially in these times where there needs to be more empathy and understanding towards one and other. 1 star review ?