Since I moved to Warsaw from North Carolina (home to many mexicans) I've been craving authentic Mexican food. Although I still haven't found it yet, Warsaw Tortilla Factory has many other menu items worth trying. My boyfriend and I started with the wings, another thing I have been searching Warsaw for, and were literally licking our fingers and could have very well eaten another serving...or two... They come in a set of 10 and can be mild, medium, hot, take your breath away hot, or honey mustard flavored. We got the mild because my boyfriend is a weenie, but the sauce resembled a sweet and kinda tangy BBQ sauce that was to die for! We literally licked the plate clean. The wings themselves had lots of meat on them and were cooked to perfection. I am looking forward to wing night on tuesdays where all wings are 1pln a piece compared to their usual 2pln (20 pln for 10 wings). My boyfriend then got the Texan burger with a sweet homemade BBQ sauce (that wasn't the same as on the wings) bacon, lettuce, tomato, cucumber, pickle, and crispy fried onion. Although for 32 pln I was expecting it to be bigger, my boyfriend said it was good. But personally for that price I would rather go to Hard Rock for a bigger, better burger for around the same price. I tried the chicken enchiladas, which were not as good as the menu made them out to be, but that might be because I was expecting real mexican refried beans (pinto) rather than black with lots of other ingredients that took away from the bean taste. Their fried corn tortillas were a little chewy, but that may be because we came late (around 9) on a Sunday, but the WTF salsa on them was good, I'm looking forward to trying it on another dish. It also said it came with a cream sauce but mine seemed to be without, or maybe it was inside, I was too hungry to inquire. For the price, 38pln, although it was a lot of food, I would rather try something cheaper on the menu. I did enjoy the guacamole that i ordered extra, and you can even buy all their sauces, guacamole, and tortillas (all reasonably priced) to take home (I'll be doing this and using real refried beans that you can buy at Makro, although they're in a can it's much closer to the refried beans I'm used to). All in all, the fact that I didn't fall in love with my entree, I am defiantly coming back for wing night, because they rocked, and wouldn't mind trying out the rest of their menu items (probably staying away from the Mexican items since I was spoiled with authentic Mexican cooked by mexicans in the states). Also, the service was good, but they weren't very busy so maybe on tuesday, where I've read it's busy for wing night, it will be a different story.
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