After a long bus ride from Guadalajara we finally arrived at Mexico City at 6 in the morning. We stopped into Samborns for some breakfast before we continued our journey of finding a couple important offices in the City...oh boy, we walked around like chickens with our heads cut off for about 10 hours, without stopping for tacos or huaraches. So by the time we arrived at our aunts house it was 5pm and we were STARVING....y que tocamos la puerta y nadie contesta, not even the lady that helps around the home.
We were so hungry we dragged ourselves (and our luggage!) a couple blocks to the first restaurant we encountered...HOOTERS. Like I said, we were desperate...
I had never been to Hooters before, so I admit that I was a bit intrigued to see how big the hooters were hahaha. Anyways, we were quickly seated and the chicks were all googley eyed over my husband...didn't let that bother me, I guess that's one of their specials of the day?
What did we order?
2 Hooters Burgers: These burgers were disgusting and the only reason we ate them was because we were SO HUNGRY we couldn't send them back and wait for another. The patty was very bland and dry. Burgers did not come with fries, but a TINY spoonful of potato salad (that was also disgusting).
Curley Fries: Nobody can serve bad curley fries,right? WRONG. Our curley fries came cold and hard as if they had been out all day, bleh. I also think it's such a RIP-OFF that your burger does not come with fries!!!
Nachos: The worst nachos i have EVER had in my life. Gawsh, just thinking about them makes me want to vomit...I mean just look at that picture. The nachos were stale, the ground beef was bland and tasted awful. The cheese, looked like slices of Kraft Singles that were just thrown on the top. We didn't finish this plate...
Not only was the food HORRIBLE, the service was just as bad. The servers were not interested in customers, but each other as they frolicked around playing with each other's hair and flirting with the manager. The food took approx. 25 minutes to get to our table, and the servers never asked us once if we were enjoying our food. They probably know better than to ask that, right? And to top it all off, we're pretty sure everything was popped into the microwave to warm up, I mean "cook." The only good thing about our visit to Hooters were the hoo..pints of beer we drank. Hahaha
Save your taste buds, stomach and wallet! Yes, wallet too because Hooters is expensive for a burger kinda joint. $150 Mexican pesos for a burger with NO FRIES or salad? Come on...
Sucursal San Miguel
Insurgentes Sur No. 2018
Col. San Ángel.
Entre Miguel Ángel de Quevedo y Altavista.