NOT FAMILY FRIENDLY. I work close to this place. I really enjoyed their diverse menu and preparation. I bragged about it to my wife and kids. One weekend I took them there. We ordered at the same time as a couple next to us. They were served an appetizer, their main course, and multiple drinks before our food was even served (approximately 40 minutes). I have three daughters 10, 9, and 7. My youngest two daughters began crying while finishing their meals. We asked what was wrong. They said their mouths were on fire. I called the waiter over and explained the situation. He chuckled like a caricature from "Portlandia" and stated that they use the same fryer for their kids meals that they use for the famous "Great Balls of Fire" made with habenero peppers. The waiter picked up the physical cues of anger from my body language and left. A "manager" came up and gave a weak attempt at an apology. Thank God, Buddah, Allah, or the gnome dejour that is PC with the Portland "in crowd" that my kids didn't have an allergic reaction. This establishment is reckless and I would not take children under the teen years here.
This place has great food and their spice level goes from 1-20 on many foods with 10 being really hot for most people, but I had 8 and it was almost hot enought for spicy me. Also there are free peanuts and everyone throws the shells all over the floor. There is a little outdoor patio that is my favorite, but its only open when its warm enough. Ive been there a couple times now and never been dissapointed.
10 years ago I loved this place. It's colorful, international in food an decor, and has a great beer and drink menu. However, the food has not been great for years. I don't know when the cooks changed, but it was more than a few years ago. Now it tends to pick up every food trend, good or bad, that passes through portland--gravy on fries, etc. I think it's supposed to have a pirate feel now--as in the cook of the ship isn't that great and food isn't that fresh. All we had today was a side order of fries and they couldn't get that right. They had the heat (barely warm) and texture (chewy) as if it was 20 minutes at least sitting out of the hot oil under a heat lamp. There were only 3 or 4 tables of people in the restaurant, how can you screw up fries?
They seem to pride themselves on bad service as well. Not only did they leave a pitcher of water on our table (read 'we don't want to have to come back to fill your water') but the waiter didn't even fill our first glass. We had to serve ourselves! The drinks are good and I will likely go back for those, after all, i can eat free peanuts while i drink
Salvador Molly's in my only choice.
When I order the Pampas Chimichurri Steak, I wiggle in my chair with joy and excitement. It is always delicious and cooked to my taste!
My husband and I go there as often as we can and are always extremely pleased with the food, service and price. He always says that it is the best dining out investment he makes.
I can't wait to to eat there again!
First off, the habanero fritters are really hot. but they are also really good. I wouldn't suggest them if you have to do anything important later in the day though. You have been warned. Otherwise I'd suggest the Jerk chicken. Juicy, flavorful, and filling, you won't be disappointed.
First of all, the service was good. It was busy but we were seated and the waitress was friendly. We finished the jug of water though and it wasn't refilled until a while later.
Yes I finished the Great Balls of Fire challenge but it was difficult not because of the heat but because it taste like crap. The fritters were tasteless and SUPER dry. The salsa was ok though.
With that over I waited for my food along with my wife's and four others. I expected at least decent food since there's so many people eating here but I was dead wrong. My tamale was dry. The chicken was dry and way too much maza (corn meal?). All my sides weren't even that good. None of us like our food. The best dish was the onion rings.
The food in general tasted very generic. I could walk into any Mexican restaurant (or Thai and any other curltural food they serve) and I'm sure I would get better tasting food.
The six of us walked away with a $110 bill. Kinda pricey and totally not worth it.
Our family that includes 3 small children decided to check this place out. I downed a couple of fireballs. They were hot and tasted ok but I wouldn't say anything to go wow-wee over. My wife ordered the fish tacos. They were better than average.
I think there were 3 major things I didn't like about the place = the kids menu didn't include a drink and getting them a small pop or lemonade sets us back 2 bucks each. The seats/seating was something out of a poverty stricken country (maybe the image they were shooting for??). The bill was a bit high - most likely because of the kids drinks.
Some small irritating issues - the pinwheel and cheese was too mozzerellish (sp?).. The kids burrito was some monsterous thing that was just ok. I really think if they are shooting for a family atmosphere it would help if they take another look at thier kids menu.
I did like the co-owner or manager stopping by to see how things were, I thought they had many unique dishesand they looked very good. They really pile on the food there so I'd suggest you consider sharing a dish unless you like leftovers.
The place is small and parking is pretty bad. I think the place being small isn't really bad....it's kind of fun being chummy with your fellow diner, maybe share a few of his fries, etc. I kind of wished they had something other than halbenero for hot stuff. It's neat they have this but it would be great if they had several other homemade hot sauses to choose from.. I gave 4 stars because the other dishes looked pretty good. Based on our experience I think it would be 3.
We probably won't go back. The food was good enough and reasonably priced. The problem was we ate in the bar and the music was so loud we couldn't converse with each other. The ice machine/blender often was louder than the music.
It seemed grimy inside and the grease stained sidewalk out front was the first turn off.
OWWWW!!!! I was balsy enough to try the food here at a spicy level above 15 and I regret it. Not that it wasnt excellently prepared, which it was, but because my mouth is on FIRE!! The food was unparellled amazing. But at the spicy level I requested, wow, I can only eat a bite per minute. And much internal blowing!
Thank you guys, no one else can match the challenge!
This is NOT a family friendly restaurant. I work near Multnomah Village and really enjoyed their diverse menu. I bragged about it to my wife and kids. I took them there on a weekend. First, the service was horrible. We ordered at the same time as a couple at the next table. They were served an appetizer, their meal, and multiple drinks before we even received our meals (about 45 minutes). I can get passed bad service for good food. What happened next is egregious. My 8 and 6 year old daughters started crying while finishing their meals. My wife and I asked what was wrong. They said their mouths were on fire. We called the waiter over. He chuckled like a caricature in the show "Portlandia" while explaining that they use the same fryer for their kids meals (dino chicken pieces and fries) that they use for the famous Great Balls of Fire made with habenero peppers. The waiter left after the visible anger in my body language. A "manager " came and delivered a weak apology to me and my wife (not the girls). BOTTOM LINE: Don't go here with kids. They are reckless. Thank God, Allah, Buddah, Yahweh, or whatever PC gnome or tree is currently popular in Portlandia that my kids didn't have an allergic reaction.
First I have been to Salvador Molly's many times and had a very nice experience. I no longer live in the area and wanted to stop by and enjoy the food. What I got was a really bad experience instead.
Yesterday afternoon I visited Salvador Molly's for lunch with some friends. When we entered a young man with glasses asked us where we would like to sit, either in the dining area or the bar area. We were cold so we wanted to get away from the door. The young man had to clean off the table that we wanted in the dining area, which I think was the first thing that upset him. Then as we were going to sit down there was a screaming child that would have been right behind us screaming in our ears, so we opted to go into the bar - that was the second thing that made him mad. So we went into the bar and we were COMPLETELY ignored. Three other tables came in and were served water, given menus etc. We did not even get acknowledged. So we finally got up and left. Then the female that was on duty looked at me funny - (I think she knew what was up) I told her that we were leaving as no one would wait on us. She was very unfriendly and said that they were the only 2 wait staff on duty and that we were being inpatient and was very snotty.... Then I told her that there were others that came in after us that were waited on. She had a snotty comment for everything we said.
I don't think that I have ever had such a terrible experience in a restaurant. I can tell you that I will not be visiting Salvador Molly's again.
One of the best in PDX, only once was it below par.
We came on a Sat. night and it was busy. So, we waited 20 mins. outside in the rain. Wind was blowing so cover was not helping much. We still had a good attitude until we were seated. They sat us at a table for four, but we had 5 people, so they just stuffed another chair at the end of the table jammed next to another table. What a joke.
We order food. Waitress is OK it is obvious she is way busy. Daughter got a nice long blond hair in her lemonade. But other than all this we were anxious for some food.
Food arrives 1/2 hour later and to say it was gross is being kind. Obviously this place must serve good food, but we sure did not get it. My Djoubuti dish had WAY overcooked lamb, soggy bread and runny peanut butter sauce. Completely inedible. My wife got the jambalaya and is was just so wierd tasting it is hard to describe. The fish tacos were bland. The rice was as dry as the sun and the kicker was we had to pay to eat the Balls of fire. I could understand if she (my daughter) did not eat them, but she did. They taste nasty and the reason she did was to get on the wall of flame.
Overall terrible experience and never ever even for free would I eat there again.
Pros: Nothing at all
Cons: Entire experience
This is not your typical dining experience. The atmosphere is fun and the staff are nice. There are many food options to fit all dietary needs. The food tastes great!
Pros: outdoor seating, yummy international food, free peanuts
Cons: a little cramped, limited parking
I read the review about the hush puppies and I guess that guy got some bad ones...? Mine were delicious, I have had them 3 times. I hope they always taste as good as they did. We usually sit at the bar, we enjoy the noise and hussle and bustle and like to talk to the bartenders. I love the food here. Of course this isn't going to be a "fine dining experience" and only someone from PA would choose to bring a toddler here. It's noisy. It's Salvador Molly's fer Christsakes.
Pros: Friendly people, varied menu (something for everyone)
I've alternately loved this restaurant and hated it. When I first started going here it had an eclectic and great menu. Which slowly turned into mostly Mexican-ish fare. I stopped eating here for about a year. Then they changed again, and were once again all about "world" cuisine. The Jerk Chicken was soooo good. Not over-spiced or dried out. Had a great flavor that was not overpowering. Then recently they changed again. The Jerk Chicken is now half a chicken slathered with an unusual sauce. Not nearly as good as before. Every time I fall back in love with this place they change their food and I end up avoiding them for a while. I wouldn't mind so much if that was their deal. A new seasonal menu every few months. Otherwise try some consistency please!
Pros: great appetizers, funky atmosphere, interesting drink menu
Cons: Menu changes too ofen, questionable service, tight quarters
Just skip on the joint. Bad service. Corporate Food service style shortcuts...nothing fresh.
As a recently retired Retired Pennsylvania State Certified Executive Chef / Culinary Arts Instructor (for almost 40 years), and newly relocated resident of this fantastic state, I feel qualified to say "this was one of the worst dining experiences I have ever had".
The noise level in the restaurant was horrible, augmented by the cackling cow seated directly behind me.
The appetizer ordered for our party of five plus a toddler, had an eggplant compote that was fizzing on the tongue. When I suggested to the lovely waitress that they check it, she promptly removed it and came back in a short time with a replacement (explaining that the chef said "the first one was from the bottom of the container and probably was bad".
When our dinner was served, my was tasteless. I did not care for it and decided not to eat it. The waitress once again extended herself by removing it from our bill.
Nobody in our party was overly thrilled with their respective dishes, but I guess I am more discriminating and found fault to the point where I said I would never return.
The final straw was the serving of "HUSH PUPPIES" for which I understand Salvador Molly's is famous.
They were, and I kid you not, as hard as rocks. When I bounce one on the table to show one of the waiters my displeasure, he explained that they have been having a problem with them by not being able to deep fry enough on demand so they have been making them in advance, causing them to reach a state of petrification that would rival the pre-historic fossils that have been unearthed over the years.
Suffice to say.... I am done with Salvador Molly's and shall never return.
I suggest you as a reader take my advice and avoid this place from the start.
Pros: A delightful waitress named Araura
We love this place!Its is very unique and awesome drinks:) Always a homecooked meal.
Love this place It's nearby and delicious. I believe there used to be a second location that is no more - which was over by Belmont. Too Bad as it's a wonderful place to connect with friends over fun food that ignites your tastebuds! The beverages are also something to experience if that is what you do! : )
Pros: Delightful food - Friendly Service!
Cons: Sometimes a bit of a wait at lunch - but not the norm!
They have pretty choices of food.
I like the fact that they give free salted roasted peanuts as starters (never been to any other restaurant which does that). Their menu has items from different parts of the world. Most of the items that our group ordered was good.
Jambalaya was good. The injera item with lamb was decent, not as great as traditional ethiopian restaurants (like Lalibela, etc). The other item like Namibian Brail chicken was normal.
Not to mention, the balls of firelived upto the expectations of spice level.
The other thing with this restaurant is the spice levels being from 1 to 20 (with 10 already being hot enough for most).
Pros: Good food (choices from several cuisines), Nice service
Cons: Wait time
As the aforementioned "cackling cow", I can say - "What a bunch of Stuffed Shirts" - go back to Pennsylvania! Ex-certified high muckity-muck Chef highness...we natives love Salvador Molly's. We have never been to a place that's perfect 100% of the time, and we travel aLOT!!! It's unfortunate that they have tried to do those rubbery hush-puppies, but we've been told they will be shortly replaced by a new cornbread, different than the one they used to serve,that was sometimes a bit flat, but yummy. As far as tasteless food - are you a heavy smoker with dead tastebuds? Or possibly a heavy drinker? That kills taste, too. Of course, it may just be a lack of taste, or personality...
Neither of which are lacking at Salvador Molly's.
Pros: menu items for all; great Happy Hour Food, cool specials!
Cons: No Parking! Not conducive to romance...
We go in here a lot for happy hour - they used to have an awesome one will 3 dollar drinks. Now, they only have 2 dollar food, and full price drinks. The food is not good. One of the people in my party had noodles that were soaked in fish sauce with no veggies (it was on the menu that it would have crispy veggies). I had some chicken skewers with watery peanut sauce - they brought out the wrong food, service was super slow and the worst part was when they brought out the wrong food, said they would fix it, then left. The waiter came back a moment later and said that is what we ordered - basically that we were idiots that don't know how to order food. They were, and have been rude in the past. Looks like we'll have to find another place for happy hour.
Cons: bad food, terrible service
We took a trip all the way from Vancouver, BC to check out the famous 'great-balls-of-fire. If you finish this dish of insanity (deep fried habanero cheese goodness) you get your picture taken and posted on the wall.
Make sure you look for my picture when you're there.
Pros: Great food, great athmospere
Cons: you have to like spicy
My in-laws saw Salvador Molly's on Man v. Food and had to take us there. I love spicy food and had to see if the hype was real. I have never eaten anything that I consider too hot, but the Great B*lls of Fire (City Search will not let me type the word b*lls) were exceptionally hot, especially the sauce. They were the second hottest food item I have ever tasted (the first being my friends home-made habanero salsa). My entree was amazing and the place was just fun, with people mixing and talking to each other. The only down-side is that since Man v. Food featured them, the waitress said that the wait times to be seated have sky-rocketed.
Pros: The flavors and food combinations were amazing
Cons: LONG wait time
I went here for the first time on a Friday night around 8, it was semi crowded but we were seated immediately. Our server was very friendly and everything he recommended to order was top notch. Our table was ready with a pitcher of water (which I always ask for, I drink a lot of water) and a tray of peanuts, which was a nice touch.
We tried the Great B alls of fire. I ate two, my girlfriend could barely finish one. They are delicious, but very spicy. I would recommend getting them right away if you want your mouth to recover in time to enjoy your entree. Otherwise everything is going to taste like it's on fire. (It took me about 10 minutes and a pint of beer to get my taste buds back) We also order the rasta rings, which were awesome. They're not very thick, kinda stringy but delicious nonetheless.
I had the Kahlua pork. I've eaten a lot of Kahlua pork in my short time on this earth. This was delicious. It's not as sweet as traditional Hawaiian pork, it almost has more of a latin flavor (it's cooked with onions and red peppers) than a teriyaki/hawaiian flavor, but the pork melts in your mouth and I enjoyed every bite. Get it with the garlic mojo sauce, not the BBQ. The sides were good too, I particularly liked the corn bread which was good enough to not need any butter.
All in all, I definitely plan on coming back here. The food was great, as was the service and the ambiance.
Pros: Good food, good service
Cons: None really
I'd heard a lot about Salvador Molly's (and their Great Bals of Fire) and finally decided to spend a bday there. We showed up at 5:30 on a Thurs with a party of 7 and were seated immediately. The service was a bit slow at first but they did everything they could to make sure we got all the Happy Hour beverages we could ask for. I had the fire-rita which was very tasty. For dinner I ate the Kalua Pork with BBQ sauce - amazing - and ordered one Bal of Fire to satisfy my curiosity. This I took only one bite of and knew I was done. The rest was divied up among my brothers and dad. For dessert I tasted the tropical Bread Pudding - also amazing - but was too full to really enjoy it. It was actually good leftovers, as was the pork. I would recommend this restaurant to anyone who enjoys spicy food. I, however, will be a little more careful next time; it was a little too much for me. :D
Pros: food, ambience, music
Despite the reviews saying it was not great and service was slow we took a chance and found another regular spot to dine at! Very ecclectic decor and great food! Service could have been sped up a bit but we were not at all in a hurry. My husband attempted to try the "Ball of Fire" and could barely digest the one he did eat. They were so hot!
Pros: Food, Price
Cons: A Little Small
Salvador Molly's has the best food in the entire metro area. Period. It is a unique, Caribbean/Tex-Mex style, where most dishes can be ordered mild to knock-your-socks-off hot. Their scale is on the hot end, so spicy means just that. Habaneros are common, and their 'Great BaII's of Fire' are something to behold, if you have the stomach.
The Mojo Pork is perhaps the best thing I personally have ever had. If mixed with a Jamaican Red, and a few baIIs it is something you have to just experience. I just wish they had not discontinued the Sunset Surf, as it was the best sandwich on the planet.
There are many other options though, such as the fish taco's, jambalaya, burritos, tamales -- the list goes on. Everything I have had there is excellent.
Pros: Great food. Best.
Cons: Service marginal.
My husband and I went in for our 1st wedding anniversary last night, and I was thrilled by the ambiance. I felt like we were on vacation! The music, the decor and the cool surfing movie playing made us feel very relaxed. However, our server was not pleasant at all. She didn't smile at us once! In fact, a few of the people that worked there looked stressed out or annoyed with being there. It was a very weird feeling to be enjoying the best food of our entire lives and have our waitress be so cold. The drinks were good too. I will return again soon, I just hope we have someone else waiting on us!
Pros: Wonderful food, amazing atmosphere
Cons: Detached staff
I've eaten at Salvador Molly's a few times since they revamped their menu and I have been very impressed. I have become a fan of the African Injera Platter and (the) La Cubana; and I am not a dessert person, but the bread pudding is irresistable.
Pros: New menu items and the bread pudding
I met my sister at your west side location a few Fridays ago at 12:00. I arrived a bit early to get a seat in the bar. Not a problem. We orded an appitizer and two martinis. It took forever to get the drinks and they were horrible..... I tried a second and it was even worse.. I find the food for the price great and have eaten here many times, one of my favorites and suggested it to my sister, she was not impressed. When we did get our bill it was not correct. I understand that there off days but I think the bartenderess needs a bit more training on how to make your speciality drinks. She's was very pleasant and enjoyable.
Pros: Parking is limited
Cons: Love the menu
Absolutly the worst catering company in Portland. OVER PRICED, charge extra for everything, everything is canned. No, the staff does not get the "customary service charge".
I went to the location on the east side a few times before it closed down and never had any major problems. On 01/26/08 I went to the west side location and was really disappointed. It took way too long for us to get our drink order. Granted it was a busy Saturday night but it was clearing out once we sat down.
I ordered a sparkling water, not complicated at all, and I had to ask for it 3 times before I actually received it. I didn't get my water until I was halfway finished with my meal. We also ordered an appetizer that never arrived. In the end we were charged an automatic 18% gratuity for a group of 6 so I had no recourse for the bad service I received. I've heard of that policy for groups of 8, but not for groups of 6.
The food was pretty good but could have been warmer upon arrival.
I was going to take my husband out for Veteran's day dinner to Salvador Molly's, so called for reservation
-Hi, like to make a reservation,
-For howmany ?
-we don't make reservation for four....
-Why not ?
-Too a few...
-Oh,...so how long is the wait around 6 PM
- I dunno.... (dial tone)
I guess they are so great, no need for customer service.... luckily, this town is full of great restaurants!
I have only been here twice but both times were fairly good. The happy hour was fab. The nachos were very original tasting and left me very satisfied with the flavor, but I had to orger another dish to fill me up. The Happy hour rum drink specials are great. The cute girl bartender that I had there poured my drinks long and strong. So not bad over-all. Great place to check out during Happy Hour, otherwise I wouldn't waste my time and money. Staff are cool to, very portland, ya know.
Pros: Happy hour, atmosphere, peanuts on the floor
Cons: Service is OK, Non-Smoking Bar, expensive when not in HH
My husband and I decided to give Salvador's a try based on it's happy hour rating. It was just average. Food was ok, decent flavor but small portions, even for happy hour. The drinks were not great. Fresh fruit juice makes a big difference, and theirs are made with canned or concentrate. I even bought one off of the regular drink menu (not happy hour). Our server was pleasant. Maybe if we had ordered off of the regular menu we would have liked the food better, but not worth going back when there are places out there like "Oba" with an amazing happy hour for around the same price.
As vegetarians, we used to like Salvador Molly's because they will substitute tofu for meat in their sandwiches. Tonight we ordered two sandwiches with tofu substituted for chicken (like we've done plenty of times in the past). Both sandwiches came with big chunks of chicken intermixed with scrambled tofu. We alerted the waitress, who took them back to "have new ones made". The replacements came back suspiciously fast (among other things, this is a slow restaurant). Sure enough, it was the same sandwiches with the chicken picked out. And they didn't even get all of it! Some chunks of chicken remained. At that point we had had it, figuring we just can't trust this place anymore and decided to leave. The manager tried to assure us it was a basic mistake, and we understand mistakes happen - it was the attempted deception with the cook picking the chicken out that disgusted us. Plus, we were still charged for the drinks we'd ordered while waiting for food we couldn't eat. We won't be going back.
I've been dropping by here for at least ten years. They're busier now than then, but the food is always great. Ask, and they'll prepare most dishes at your requested level of spiciness. Good homemade sauces, and good selection of bottled hot sauces. True, on busy weekend nights service can suffer. But this is true everywhere unless youre paying $20-$30 per entree. RELAX, it's casual, inexpensive, and fully flavorful!
Pros: Unique Flavors, & Super Spicy If You Want It!
well, salvador molly's isn't a place for a fancy date or super fine cuisine, but if you're looking for some great drinks, tasty tidbits and a laid-back vibe, it's the place to go! the drink menu is extensive, delicious and they make em strong. the mojarita is the BEST! (a combo of a mojito and a margarita- where could you go wrong?) since we didn't have dinner, i don't know what to say about that yet, but all of the "tasty bite" appetizers we ordered were yummy. not the best i've ever had, but definitely a great value for $2.50 a plate and were definitely satisfying with the fantastic drinks. the service was friendly, but overall average. we'll be going back to sit on the patio and enjoy happy hour all summer long!
Pros: happy hour, prices, LOTS of great drinks
Cons: nothing exceptional
Well, I think this is the only restaurant that can have fantastic food but still make you lose your dinner!! My husband and a few of our friends went there tonight for dinner and tried to eat their "Great Ballz of Fire". He almost succeeded. He made it to 4 of the 5 then lost it! Our advice: Do not eat dinner before hand as the waiter may suggest!! Prep yourself first then eat them and try your dinner. I only a half of one and was in tears! Luckly I had a yummy drink to wash it down with!
We live nearby and really enjoy sitting in the bar when we want to just grab a bit of good grub and not deal with crowds, scenes, or snooty servers. The late night happy hour dishes are really good, the drinks will take you to a tropical beach, and the barternders are always very friendly and perfectly attentive. Very relaxing for a low-key evening. We always feel like it's a short vacation. Maybe it's the caribbean bar-theme coupled with the capt. morgans, but whatever it is-it's great!
Pros: good value, relaxing, tasty food and drinks
Cons: small-but never seen it crowded
My wife and I have been going to Salvador Mollys for years as we live in the area. We used to really enjoy going and looked forward to the food. The last 4 times we have gone have been terrible. The servers are extremely irritable and feel they are doing you a favor by taking your order and the food has gone down hill dramatically. I once enjoyed their "volcano" sandwich almost every time I went in, as it was loaded with beef and cheese on fantastic bread and came with 3 sides. This last time, the sandwich was sprinkled with some beef and cheeses over what appeared to be a hot dog bun, and a cold scoop of mashed potatoes. It tasted horrible and the server could care less. My wife used to rave about the place but has had horrible food every time of the last 4 visits.
The only good thing is they have a nice drink menu, but it is too pricey for the tube of cocktail you receive.
They have forever lost our patronage. I warn you, don't go......
Pros: Inventive cocktail list
Cons: Service and food
Every chance we get, we go to Salvador Molly's. You can't beat the drinks or the food. This place is also good if you have kids with you. My kids love to toss the peanut shells on the floor.
Eat here frequently. Definitely a recommend, with some reservations. Drinks are great. Lively atmosphere. Tamales are great and always on the menu. J*rk chicken has a lot to be desired (you can substitute). Recommend specials if there are any. Recommend blended drinks.
We love the tamales at Portland Market so decided to dine in at Eastside location. Plenty of seating and good enough service, but rellenos? TOO SALTY. I've been around food service too long to send back and eat what returns so we just left it. Other items--quesadilla, nachos, mojitos--were very ordinary. Other dishes may be better but we won't return to find out.
Pros: Good for kids
Cons: Ummm....the food?