I have been here twice and had burritos both times. It is located above the 12th street BART entrance. The food is good and the prices are a little high. Also you have to ask for salsa and chips they will not just give it to you. I would rather go somewhere else but if I am tight on time I will go here for my burrito fix. Also bagels.
I have been to this place 3 times and have enjoyed the experience of ordering your food, getting your drink and waiting 5 minutes for your food. It is not crowded and priced a little high but not much. The rice tastes good and the burgers are moderate. Good place for the office drones with not much time for lunch.
I have to agree with most of what is said of all these posts. When I want to go to get a burrito this is the place that is first on my list. There are almost always long lines there but for a good reason. The burritos are inexpensive and delicious. I give this place a 5 burrito rating. Highly recommend. Also I recommend the "happy burrito" if this is your first time there.
If you are looking for a fast and middle of the road burrito then this place is OK. A better on is located on 1616 Webster Street a few blocks down. They are trying though, the ingredients that they use are just off a bit. If they find a good combination of cooking and ingredients then I might try it out again. Not for me.
I have tried this place 2 times during lunch and both times I have not been impressed. This place is a little overpriced for the moderate service and food offered. There are other places around if you are looking for better food for your money. This place is only for the office drones and not people looking for a good lunch experience.
So far the best sushi place we have visited and I have not visited many. They are a small place that looks to seat 36 or so people. I rate my Japanese restaurants by their rice and this rice did not disappoint. The service is good and the food is prepared in 10 min or so depending on what you order. I would recommend this to anyone who would like to try something new for lunch.
Wow. I just got back from there this Sunday. It starts by them showing you a DVD of safety rules which starts skipping and then stops working altogether. While you are standing there waiting for the guy to come back from disappearing for 5 min on his pot smoking break (Seriously you can smell it on them... must be a union benefit) the person asks if the DVD stopped working then will hit the DVD player and then ask you 3 questions about the film? After that they have you sign liability waivers, issue you your equipment; a paintball gun that is usually not clean nor has it's air canister fully charged, a bag of "500" sub par paint balls and then give you your mask. The masks issued there are unserviceable at best, the lens are usually dirty and scratched up and the elastic band used to keep it on your head has seen better days. If you don't mind spending 15 trying to clean a mask and making sure you gun is serviceable while missing the first or second game then this is the place for you. If you are a father and have a few kids to look after then expect to be doing all the work that the "staff" is usually supposed to do multiplied by the number of children you have with you...fun times. After doing all of their work for them a person on a speaker system will let you know what game will be going on next but not where to to go. This is OK for people who have been there many times but for someone who has not been there at all does not add to the fun experience that is implied. Once you start playing you forget the "Pro Shop" experience and start having fun. Most of the people you play with are nice and helpful and are fun to play with. I did see some older players drinking alcohol prior to the games starting which made me a little nervous because there were minors around including my own, not good. In between rounds and coming on or off the field you are required to have a plug put in your barrel to prevent accidental discharge and the "staff" or the "pro shop" people will remind you of this as well as putting your mask on, until it is toward the end of the day when they will not only remind you of your mistake they will also add, depending on you ethnic look, a translation of the same warning in you own native tongue. Now this is the funny part because if I am not mistaken none of these people seem to have an education higher than high school so to be so educated in so many languages is truly amazing to me. I am not going to go as far as saying that these people are racist, they must just be bored being so highly educated and working at a paintball course, but people on the receiving end of these remarks might take it a different way. The cost of renting equipment is a little steep but it is what it is. I would suggest buying your own equipment if you plan going to this place just to minimize contact with the "pro shop" and you plan on having fun. Over all I will not be going back to this business just due to the overall experience, you would be better off trying another paintball place. Sorry "Carpet Bob" but you might want to take a look at your staff a little closer or not. Over all I will not be going back to this business just due to the overall experience, you would be better off trying another paintball place.
Banyan 14 is a great new Asian fusion restaurant . They have a variety of salads they are all great. The chicken salad comes with the most delicious peanut sauce.
Whenever I go the Standford Shopping center I check out this Sigona's Farmers Market. It is a great place to pick up the freshest fruits and vegetables with my family. They also have a great selection of dried fruits and nuts. My favorites are the chili lemon pistachios and the dried spicy mangoes.
I go to Sigona's Farmers Market regularly to pick up the freshest fruits and vegetables with my family. They also have a great selection of dried fruits and nuts. My favorites are the chili lemon pistachios and the dried spicy mangoes.