In searching for restaurants near Mom’s care facility, I had read and heard good things about Dart Bowl Café, even from the chef at her facility. I was sadly disappointed with our experience there. “Burgers and Enchiladas” was supposedly their forte. We had both, and neither passed muster.
The burger wasn’t bad, but the patty was not even a quarter inch thick, and cooked on a griddle. It reminded me of a Someburger, if anyone is familiar with that chain, only not as good. The enchiladas were cheese, which is the only option, and not all that tasty, and the flower tortillas were on the tough side, both on the enchilada as well as the ones served with the meal. The rice and beans were OK, but not noteworthy in any way.
Service was OK, although I had to wait on my order of enchiladas because of a simple error, but that doesn’t really affect this review. Things happen, and this was just one of those things. Value? The meal was $22 for the three of us, which isn’t bad, especially since there was a lot of food on the enchilada platter. But value for quality and quantity was just average.
Bottom line is we will not be going back. Austin Diner has better enchiladas, more meat variety and a choice of sauces. Plus it had meat and veggie plates as well as burgers. It’s the best we have found so far, but our search continues.
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