My spouse and I visited on a Friday evening. Not too busy, probably because of the recent snow storm the day before. We were seated at once and the waitress quickly delivered our drinks. We placed our order and our food was delivered in record time. The waiter warned us about the hot plates when he brought our food. My Chili Verde Burrito was a little warmer than room temperature, however, the cheese was melted on the tortilla, even though it wasn't very warm - which I don't know how that happened. My beans and rice were just warmer than room temperature also. The plate was hot - warmer than the food, but I could touch it, not like in some places. My spouse found his food the same way - somewhat warm, but certainly not hot. I think the food (not the rice- which was dry) would have been good, had it been served hot. We did not opt for dessert - just paid the bill and left. One more note - the snow around the entrance to the resaurant could have been shoveled much better. There was a little snow removed in front of the restaurant, but that was all - it was climb through the snow bank or walk throught the water in the parking lot to get to the restaurant.
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