Delicious crispy quesadillas. Food generally tasty, although would be memorable if a bit more spice. I don't mean halapenos but just more fragrant ingredients like comino, which is a cheap local ingredient. Disappointed they don't have crispy corn tacos because flour ones are like chapati.
Service was lacking although it was an off-peak time. More staff than customer tables but everything was very slow, even getting water, serviettes, the bill -- had to wave over the staff three times. However, they came three times to clear the plates while we were still eating, fork in hands, food on the plates and I had to take back from the waiter a bowl of something I wanted to finish.
The seating on the right side was under strong ceiling fans and I was anxious to leave after eating because it was freezing cold. The left side has no fans and the air-con is certainly adequate because of the high ceilings. Hard walls reflect noise so it was hard to converse although the place was almost empty.
I'm taking the time to write a long review because I do like the chain and look forward to having it in the neighbourhood in future.
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