Had dinner this evening at On The Border located at the Buckhead Crossing and 400
On The Border is a national franchise chain and which ever location you go to you know you are going to get the same thing. From the esthetics (very nice as always, made me feel good) to the usual home made flour tortillas to the wierd half fried tortillas (as opposed to the traditional 4cut tortilla chips) served with their home made salsa.
I walked in and there was at least 8 people ahead of me waiting to be seated with plenty of tables available. this led me to beleive that the hostess was not on her game this evening. Once seated we were served our fountain drinks which were flat. The tortilla halves and salsa were decent. The tortilla halve was a bit bland aside from the salt. The salsa was a little wattery.
I decided to stray away from my usual fajita choice (and they offered an ultimate fajita with chicken, steak, shrimp, and carnita) so I chose the fish tacos accompanied with black beans and rice.
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