Taqueria Los Coyotes wins high marks from customers for its excellent customer service, garnering it a Talk of the Town Customer Satisfaction Award.
Online PR News – 01-August-2012 – San Francisco, California – With a customer satisfaction rating of 4.5 stars, Taqueria Los Coyotes has won the prestigious CMUS Talk of the Town customer satisfaction award in the Restaurants — Mexican cuisine category.
The Talk of the Town Awards, presented by Talk of the Town News, Customer Care News magazine and Celebration Media U.S. (CMUS), honors companies and professionals that provide excellent customer service as reported by their customers through no-cost, user-review websites, blogs, social networks, business rating services, and other honors and accolades. This data is analyzed by a team of researchers who calculate a company’s CMUS Power Rating™. Only those that receive a 4-star to 5-star rating receive the CMUS Talk of the Town Customer Satisfaction Award.
Taqueria Los Coyotes opened in 2003 and has been serving the San Francisco community since that time. With a large menu, including breakfast, the restaurant offers everything from burritos and tacos to tostadas, soups and salads. In addition, the restaurant also offers catering services.
When it comes to customer service, Taqueria Los Coyotes works hard to please customers and meet their needs. "Excellent customer service means putting management and staff efforts to work for the customer, not just the business," says Martin Guzman. "For instance, the transaction doesn’t end after paying. Making sure food goes out on time is crucial in delivering excellent customer service."
Guzman continues by saying, "While there are standards in all businesses, we differentiate from others by being attentive to our customers, cooking and delivering food of quality, installing the right decorations, and ranking cleanliness above anything."
Taqueria Los Coyotes is dedicated to serving customers, and Guzman notes that the restaurant's staff is crucial in meeting this goal. "Our backbone is hard work from both staff and management," he says. "Working together, we achieved success by providing attentiveness and consistency to customers."
The restaurant is proud of its Talk of the Town Award. "This award inspires the business to continue working hard," says Guzman. "We hope to continue earning customers through our good reputation, and we enjoy the positive feedback demonstrated by the award because that is truly the greatest satisfaction."
Taqueria Los Coyotes is located at 3036 16th Street in San Francisco. It is open Monday through Thursday from 9:30 a.m.-:30 p.m., Friday from 9:30 a.m.-:30 a.m., Saturday from 9 a.m.-3:30 a.m. and Sunday from 9 a.m.-12 a.m. For more information, call 415-861-3708 or go online to www.taquerialoscoyotes.com.
About the Award and Sponsors:
This is the fourth year CMUS, Talk of the Town News and Customer Care News have honored companies for achieving high levels of customer satisfaction with the Talk of the Town Awards. Businesses eligible to receive the award include, but are not limited to, beauty salons, spas, restaurants, bakeries, dentists, auto repair facilities, veterinarians, home repair and improvement contractors, florists, hospitals, and physicians.
For more information about the award or its sponsors, please contact CMUS and Talk of the Town News at 877-498-6405 or go online to www.talkofthetownnews.com.
About Celebration Media U.S.: Celebration Media provides companies with valuable information on improving customer care through its publishing division, which produces Customer Care News, and its research department, which provides businesses with information on customer service best practices. This commitment has led to the creation of the Talk of the Town Awards program, which is dedicated to identifying companies that are excelling in high-rated customer service feedback and offering them valuable marketing opportunities to leverage their award, while also giving consumers a tool to find the top consumer-rated businesses in the United States and Canada.