A woman who gave a Loudoun County, Virginia restaurant an average rating online after ordering food says she got a scare after the manager showed up at her home unannounced later that night.
Yesha Callahan, an editor for online magazine The Root, says she ordered food from La Porchetta, a pizza restaurant in Sterling, on April 22.
Callahan said the delivery driver was friendly and asked her for a Yelp review. After her meal, Callahan logged on and gave her assessment of a burger and an Italian-style pastry.
"Tried this place based on the reviews and the fact that they had zeppoles on the menu, which you don't come by often," her review read. "Ordered the cheese burger, which was very dry & unseasoned. Also did not come with lettuce or tomato. The zeppoles barely had any powdered sugar on them & were soggy from the styrofoam container. I would suggest sending them to people in small paper bags. Maybe next time I'll try the pizza."