Another "Fresh" Mexican place bites the dust. Who's next?
The House of Schnizel is no more and in it's place has sprung a Mexican takeout place. I spotted the place and needed some food, so it worked out.
Inside the place isn't quite what you might expect; it's all stone tile with a painted blue sky. I'm not sure what the concept is but it's not your Carlos and Charlie's type decor.
I figured that I ought to order a burrito, so I ordered a burrito grande with chicken and black beans. I waited awhile and they popped it an a brown bad and I was off. $7.95 plus tax.
This bad boy is huge, stuffed with shredded chicken, rice, black beans lettuce tomato and a spicy sauce (I opted for Medium). This is 2 lunches for me.
It was really impossible to pick up and eat; it was so filled with stuff that the tortilla couldn't hold it all. Now compare this to the burrito I had last week at Guacamole's. You tell me which one is more authentic?
This place ain't Rocco's Tacos, but it looks like pretty solid Mexican Takeout. It's good food at a good value.