Cafe Rio was 'What's for Lunch?' on Sunday after church. The order line works like a Subway, but the food is much better. It moves along. Tortillas are fresh made as you watch, the veggies are fresh daily and the food is served as it would be along the river which is the namesake. Expect to pay more for this. Dinner for 7 was over $60. The salad was served in a fresh tortilla with a choice of entree meat, and a dressing choice. Rice and beans and steak, as the meat, are upgrades. The dining room is large and decorated with charming tin ware lighting and other Mexican style furnishings. Cafe Rio is located in a strip mall and the parking is shared. The restrooms are clean and stocked.
I had a bad experience once at this location, but I went a couple days to eat, and it was good I had a great burrito and the new grill chicken was awesome, great staff.
I hate to leave bad reviews but I ordered the double enchiladas through door dash, not only did I receive the wrong side order, I ordered rice and pinto beans- I received pinto and black beans with no rice, which isn’t the end of the world I ordered during dinner time which can be busy so I wasn’t going to hold it against them. However the food itself was really not good, I’m not a complainer type but the grilled steak was so chewy and dry, the shredded chicken was extremely overdone and the green chili/medium sauce had absolutely 0 flavor. The only upside were the tortillas were pretty good. Overall disappointed
Daniel was amazing. He jumped to help us with our order and again when we wanted to go lids. Great service. He was enthusiastic and seems like he really enjoyed his job which is rare to see now a days.
Pretty disappointing. We ordered 2 burritos and upgraded (paid extra) for the meat - one was fire grilled steak and it definitely was not that. More of a crock pot texture with gravy. There were no fire grilled marks to be seen. The other was the sweet pork barbacoa. There was hardly any meat in either burrito. 60% rice, 35% beans and 5% meat. The rice was not even fully cooked and was crunchy at times. Should have gone to Chipolte. Their food has more flavor and a better ratio of rice, beans and meat + other toppings. Sorry, but this was not worth the $30 we spent.
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