I went to the taco bueno off of Elam road which i have always went to as i was growing up well what happen was that they forgot to give me my recipt,they gave me the wrong order and when i call them to let them know what has happen the asst mgr hung up on me and then went i finally got to go get my order they took 20 mins just to replace my order and then another 10 to give my recipt well come to my knowledge they charged two diffrent prices for my order so when i call back to see if they were going to give me back the difference on my debt they told me no cause i didnt have the original thing so when i got home i looked up another taco bueno to get the main office number the asst mgr on the night shift was so very nice he offered to replace my order and was very helpful to me so thank you very much to the guy who answered the phone and good jos with sustomer service
First time we tried Captain D's, I couldn't believe how much money and time I'd wasted at the more well-known LngJohnSlvrs all those years. Cpt.D's food is far superior and a bit cheaper than LJS. Their basic fried fish is divine; has a wonderfully crisp, non-greasy crust and the pieces are sizable. I adore their hush puppies whereas those from the 'Other Place' would usually just go into my dog's bowl. I was somewhat disappointed by their gumbo, but that's really not a fast food dish, so one can't expect too much. Also, they offer like a dozen different sides including (*never thought I'd say this) Green Beans that are fabulous. My personal favorite is the Coconut Shrimp! OMG, this shrimp is so unusual, so delicious and so addictive that it should be listed as a Controlled substance. Sorry LJohn, but the Captain seriously outranks you and you've been demoted!
It's still far food and tastes like it: but if fast food is your thing and you like to feel good about the fantasy of a big production outlet sourcing food ethically I can see why people flock here thinking it's an upgrade. I find their burritos tiresome: bowls are better, salads do the best at not masking what you're eating. The Barbacoa was decent, in a mass produced neutral-flavored average sort of way. Size of the salad was what your dietician would approve as a good portion. Overall, meh, not for me. And how on earth did they get a city permit with this pathetic parking lot? You can't walk here from anywhere.