Horrible service! Nothing was filled and wanted to blame it on the night crew when it was 12:00 noon when we went. The tea was not tea it was water, all they did was drag their feet around. The saddest part about it they was not busy at all. If i could give it 0 stars i would.
3333 Ambassador Caffery PkwyLafayette, LA 70506
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Worse ever sitting in a drive thru line for 11 minutes for sweet tea now it's ten minutes before happy hour and they have to brew tea Really what does fast food mean try to call no answer just get a voice machine I'm sure the peeps behind me want to egg my car at this point now I've waited 17 minutes for two drinks of tea OMG YOU PEOPLE SUCK
This place is awesome....it sucks that they are too jaded because people hate on them all the time. This causes an experience with them to be lacking because they deal with that.....but they're still amazing....whole lot better than panda express I'll tell ya that.
Well stopped there and we was 15 minutes before closing . We had just made it in from a long ride. But the headache was No one came to the window r intercom to say hey we closing all the employees was running to the back when we pulled around... Sad business is business and they will not have no more of mines...# lazy management and employees..
Amazing Food; Great Tastes.. @ Ambassador CafferyLocation, in Lafayette, LA.. #THANKS ALL..
This is the second time I have came to this location. The first was when it opened 2 or 3 years ago , it was packed and service sucked but I chalked it up to a busy day. Today 4/6/15 it wasn't busy . Once again the fries were cold and I ordered my ice cream for later . After eating my food I went to the cashier and said I'm ready for the ice cream it took 45 minutes to get that. I will NEVER go to that location again.
Have been waiting impatiently for 4 years for Lafayette to get my FAVORITE food--which for a native Cajun--is saying a lot. Hoping a learning curve is the issue, but I was so disappointed. Flavors were not recognizable as the Chipotle I've come to love from Florida to California. Have the cooks never tasted "real" Chipotle????? Please ship some in so they know what it should taste like. The white rice was not recognizable, chicken was dry, peppers not roasted. I had just eaten in an Austin store two days earlier and so had high expectations. I was so sad. Please step up or the first store won't make it here, and I don't want to have to travel to get my "fix"!
Tenders were harder then jerky & rice looked green
The K Cavanagh review is just your typical close-minded anti progressive Lafayette native, who probably hasn't even tried Chipotl's food yet. Chipotle is amazing, great food and clean and trendy environment. There's a reason Chipotle is so successful. A quick glance at their website and you can find plenty of information about their ingredients and philanthropy. As far as burritos I usually get Barbacoa it's the perfect amount of spicy, an extra $1.95 for guac is a bit outrageous but oh well. There are plenty other restaurants to go to if you want Acadiana tradition over actual food quality.
Chipotle is opening in Lafayette.These snobs are now creating an impossible dream to bring their form of "better than thou" attitude to one of the happiest places in America, friendly Lafayette. No one on their "team" will answer any questions or bring to light what they (Chipotle) brings to the Acadian people other than sales of overpriced (organic?) food and under paid staff. As the corporation grows their "quality standards" they diminish customer/vendor access by their secretive and or rude behavior.They are too good for even the best of us, so what makes anyone think they would care about anyone in Louisiana. Chipotle have some class think about the people and allow access to your organization or go away. There are far better places to eat in Acadiana, you inspire no one, and profit yourselves without respect to the community from which you want support. Feed the poor, enable the oppressed and stay out of Lafayette. Bonne renommée vaut mieux que ceinture dorée.