Tortilla mexican restaurant is a burrito bar where you can choose what tasty ingredients goes into your meal. Whilst it is a huge hit with students there is no age limit on who can enjoy this take on Mexican street food. I personally like their black beans mixed in with my own concoction. Throughout the venue there is booth seating that can fit at least four people. Also, the decor is red and black. In addition, the staff are wonderfully quick and helpful. There is a huge array of choices to suit most people’s wishes. Furthermore, there is a choice of indoor and outdoor seating. There is a sign on the wall in street lighting with the name of the eatery and it welcomes you on the back wall as you come in. Importantly If you choose to come and eat here, I think that the mere smell of the food will be enticing to you.
Accessibility at tortilla mexican restaurant
The door is wide, and the entrance is flat. Although the floor is flat through out the booth seating situation may make it difficult to fit a wheelchair at one table. There is a good-sized accessible toilet. The staff where very helpful with me. As I am blind one of them took my order instead of expecting m to point at what I may have preferred as my filling. They do not have braille menus or large print as it is more of a bar buffet sitation. Furthermore, they do have an online menu for you to look at and choose what you would like. One can also order online. They deliver. In addition, babby seats and cleaning facilities are available. Although the staff are not specifically trained to work with those who are neurologically diverse, they are happy to help in any way that they can.