Fri & Sat 11am-11pm
|The Infamous "Bar" ... My Home Away From Home|
|Guacamole and Espinaca "Dips"|
The "espinaca" (spinach) cheese dip had too little spinach, much less name the dish after it, to mention and seemed to be more like your average chili con queso minus the chili, but it was big and decent. Again, my primary complaint being that the chips were too thin to withstand either "dip", falling apart when submerged in either and resulting in a basket full of crumbles with very few whole chips.
|$7.99 ... Really?|
|Cheese and Onion Enchilada ala carte ($3.19)|
|Deep Fried Tacos - $9.95|
We have returned a few times per month and the food is still OK, but we have had problems with our orders in relation to my wife's tomato allergy. On two occasions, one just a few days ago, we specifically ordered my wife's meal WITHOUT tomato, telling them that she is "allergic" to tomatoes, yet her deep fried tacos arrived with tomatoes inside. Fortunately, she always checks for tomato before digging in as she did in both cases. The server and manager reacted appropriately on both occasions, removing the plate, having a new dish made, and not charging us for the dish because of the mistakes. However, that does not solve the problem of people with food allergies getting food they are allergic to after making a special request. My wife will not die if she eats tomatoes, but she will get sick, however, some people's allergies can be life threatening (nut allergies for example) and this should be an area of great concern for management and owners. One death due to poor attention to detail in the kitchen would not only be a travesty, it could very well be the end of Mi Ranchito in Lawrence.
|Deep Fried Taco Sat In The Refried Beans Too Long|