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Posted by anonymous on 10/06/2005
This place looked cute from the outside, but after my bf and i walked in, we were told to sit wherever we wanted. soon, a waitress came and to describe her in one word, ditsy! I ordered a cappucino and after maybe fifteen mins or so, when i reminded her she told me the coffee machines were closed for the night and she just forgot. The food is nothing special. The enchilada i ordered was very soggy and it was sort of bland. My bf felt the food was ok as well. The prices are cheap, but it's not worth it. This place is just ok and nothing special
Posted by LC on 09/27/2005
I love their vegetarian option- whole wheat tortillas, soy meat, soy cheese, and soy tofu. It's delicious! The value of the food is pretty good. It can often be crowded and the servers are sometimes grumpy but it's worth it for the great burritos.
Posted by subpar on 09/27/2005
The atmosphere is ok, but the food is nothing special. The cheese, salsa, and ingredients are all lower-end with a lack of spices. Pass.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/19/2005
They have great burritos. I've been there about 5 times and I've gotten pretty much the same thing everytime so I can only say that the burritos are really good...I don't know about anything else. The prices are good for the portion size and the atmosphere gets a little noisy and crowded for dinner.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/30/2005
We saw this restaurant, and it looked like such a cute place, that we decided to go for my teenage son's birthday. It was fairly early, happy hour, and I was told of the great margaritas--then I was informed that my waiter would not bring one to the table, I could just go sit at the bar. I didn't want to leave my family to camp out alone on a bar stool, I wanted a drink, not to be "picked up". Our food was ok, nothing special, and really seemed like a recipe made by a person who didn't eat Mexican food. All the way thru dinner, I kept imagining how much better it would have tasted if I were drinking a margarita, or 3. The service was poor, our waiter seemed more attentive to the table of 2 guys next to us. In the meantime, we wanted more food, but couldn't get his attention. When we left, he followed us out and demanded that I give him a bigger tip. I, usually a good tipper, (having worked in this industry), felt that the fact that I left a tip at all was very polite, considering the service rendered, I should have gone to the manager instead. The bill came to more than the value.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/10/2005
The food was mediocre at best. The service did not measure up to the food. After learning we weren't ordering alcohol, management refused to seat us at a table. Instead, they had us squeeze into a small corner of the bar. The only thing I liked about the place was the bartender, who graciously served us despite our non-alcoholic preferences.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/03/2005
I hail from the SF Mission District, and Harry's is not even close to emulating what we take for granted in California. Burritoville is much more like it.