Shawnee >2 Amigos
Not bad, but not very good either.
$6.50 buys you a giant (almost football sized) asada burrito with rice, beans, steak, cheese, and a little shredded lettuce. I was impressed with the size to price ratio. When I bit into it, the meat was not the best or worst I've had. It was on the chewy side, and there were pieces of unchewable rubbery fat in some bites, but I've had much worse at Chipotle's at times. The beans were OK, the rice was OK, and the cheese was alright, although it was all in one side of the burrito and I didn't get any until the end. They gave me 3 sauces, a creamy and interesting mild green sauce, a slightly hot green sauce, and a fairly normal red sauce. Everything was pretty middle-of-the-road.
Now the drive-thru service was a bit strange. When I pulled up to the drive-thru to order, I told them I wanted to look over the menu for a minute, and the lady didn't understand, and so I repeated myself. I don't think she understood, but instead I heard her talking in Spanish to a co-worker and laughting for a minute through the speaker as I looked over the menu. I told her what I wanted, and then she said something that I couldn't understand, so finally she told me to pull up to the window, which I understood after her repeating 2 times. Once I got to the window, she was nice and took my order. The burrito was prepared in a timely manner (less than 2 minutes is good for a place like this). However, they did not give me any sauce or napkins, so I had to go in and get those myself. But if I had not caught that, I might have went home and had a fairly ho-hum burrito with no sauce at all. Not good.
I may go back, because it was edible and the price was not bad. But maybe I'll go in to order.
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