Up and down the West Coast there is a category of eating establishment called "Good, Cheap, Mexican." These places are so abundant that they are often taken for granted by natives. Having lived most of my life a long time ago in a part of the US far, far away where these places are scarce to non-existent, I cherish them. And CQP is worth cherishing.
The other reviewer is correct: this is not authentic Mexican -- no mole or Veracruz here. What CQP offers, however, is exactly what you want when you go to a place like this -- huge portions, tasty enough, a some interesting salsa choices you can ladle into eco-friendly bio-degradable containers, a laid back atmosphere and, last but not least, very good value for money.
And hey, if you really want to go down-market, they have Rainer beer in tall cans. Every region of the country has its local bargain-basement lager and Rainer is the Pacific Northwest's contribution to the genre. Turn up your nose if you must, but would you really want to waste a Sam Adams double-chocolate bock washing down a burrito?
As I said. It all fits.
You will not leave hungry. You may leave with leftovers.
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