Taco Bus Review

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As I walk towards the Taco Bus, my first impression is that it looks a bit sketchy; like I might find this holding a group of Mexicans who are trying to hop the border into the United States from Mexico. And when I first started walking up to the Taco Bus, it looked like I may be correct. The more I look at it from the outside, and when you step inside the bus it looks as if there might be people hiding underneath the seats.
The seating in the Taco Bus is bare, and very annoying. I am sitting on wood planks that have no cushioning, and sitting on these solid wood planks is not a comfy way to eat any type of meal. The seats are low, while the metal counter where I eat is high making it ...view middle of the document...

Now for the rating of the service; if they had allowed airflow in the bus, the service would have gotten a lot higher rating from me. But since I was barely able to breathe fresh air, the service got a lower rating. The service was fast, and I was able to understand the cook so the Taco Bus will get an average rating for service.
Now the atmosphere of the Taco Bus was a bit off to me. It felt too relaxed in the Taco Bus when I went and got my Carnes Asada burrito. When I’m in a restaurant I like to have the cooks and servers make me feel like that I’m their most important customer. In the Taco Bus, I felt like I was just another order for a burrito and another dollar to them. The atmosphere seemed pessimistic, and in a way it felt like the attitude in the air was stressful. The cook seemed to not really care, and while he quickly cooked the food he seem uninterested in what was going on around him. The atmosphere got a really low rating from me because it just seemed so unenthusiastic and made me feel like I was just another burrito or customer to them.
The meal was delicious for how little it cost. I ordered the Carnes Asada burrito which was cooked to perfection. The beef inside had amazing flavor, and was cooked to perfection. The spicy sauce was layered perfectly in the middle surrounded by lettuce, onions, and cheese. The tortilla wrapping the burrito up was cooked to perfection. The tortilla had a soft edge which allowed it to be warm, but not so hot that you couldn’t eat it. The cook obviously has been make these burritos for a long time because of how well the burrito was wrapped, and how well the food all came together. I would give the Carnes Asada burrito a high rating because of how tasty and well-cooked it was. So far I would have...

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