Posted: 2/6/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I'm mexican and I know the difference between authentic and non-authentic Mexican food. I ordered a carne asada burrito. Meat looked like it had been thrown in a blender, it was hard to tell that it was carne asada. It had so much fat it left the roof of my mouth slimy and slippery for several hours. The beans were canned, the guacamole was processed.
Our 7 year old son who has the appetite of a buffalo refused to finish his food, which he never ever does. This showed us we weren't just getting old, but that indeed this food was terrible.
We spent $25. My wife and I felt jipped because atleast we could've opted for Taco Bell for $10 and had better tasting food. If you're going to use processed food, atleast make it taste good and worth your while.
Posted: 11/2/2005Provided by Citysearch -
I had a chance to try this place for the first time. I ordered the chimichanga platter. It came with a side of beans and rice. This was flavorless and bland as it comes. The meat in the chimichanga was nasty. I have never had food this bad in a long time. The service was slow too and they weren't even busy. The best part of the meal was the soda. The beans & rice were tolerable. I would not recommend this place to anyone. I was hoping to find a new hole in the wall place to eat, but no such luck this time around.