Mojo Burrito looked like it could be an interesting place to eat, but it turned out to be merely average - a food experience you won't remember and a restaurant you have no reason to return to.
Located close to Lookout Mtn., the location is certain convenient and easy to get to. The restaurant has an interesting mix of shabby chic and retro-style furniture. In actuality, I wasn't sure if the furniture was truly only retro-style, or if the tables and chairs were originals. Depending on your mindset, originals could either be really cool, or they could just be old and worn-out furniture. Everything was fairly clean, although we had to wipe some food remains off our table...
Service was fast and friendly and the employees happily obliged any requests for additions or omissions to our food.
Unfortunately, I come to a restaurant to eat. While I certainly want a decent ambience as well, I wasn't sure I was getting either at Mojo. As my title and subsequent description say, the restaurant is a hole-in-the-wall with retro furniture and you either like that style or you don't. I suppose on a scale of suburban to urban restaurants, this one definitely ranks very much on the "urban" side - but don't confuse this with "sophisticated," for it is not.
The food, then, was rather mixed. I found my burrito edible but not interesting or exciting in the least, my wife found her food "bad" and barely ate any of it. I must admit that I have certainly had better...
Thus, I think Mojo will work if you are in a bind, when you are really hungry, feel like you are getting grumpy, and just don't want to look for anything else. If, however, you have the time and energy to go elsewhere, I recommend that you do.
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