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Rosas cafe

Rosas cafe

Rosas cafe

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Rosa's Cafe is an American authentic Tex-Mex fast-casual restaurant chain with beginnings in West Texas. Rosa's has expanded to 47 locations across Texas. Additionally, there are restaurants in Hobbs, New Mexico, and one franchised unit in Temecula, California. The restaurants are well known for their "Tuesdays Were Made for Tacos" promotion. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

Food Allergies: Our dishes are prepared in areas where several allergens are present. All our dishes may contain traces of nuts, gluten or other allergens. If you have an allergy, please speak to the manager, or call the restaurant when placing your order online and make sure you inform our team Not all ingredients are listed.

We were there today with my family 2 tables one with adults the other one with children We wait for 1 hour and half to have our order It was very sunny day for lunchtime the manager very agressiv refused to open and adjust the...umbrella When we wanted to live the restaurant she run after us thinking we went out without paid and didn’t check before one the table. That woman is violent and agressif We wanted to spend a relax moment and it was the worst moment we have spend in banusMore

We've been to Rosas 2 years ago when it opened and it was nice, pretty place and the breakfast was absolutely fine. This year the food was ok, the granola bowl was awful, instead of fresh fruit it had dried fruit, sweetened yoghurt and the...whole thing tasted like a bowl of sugar. The fresh juices weren't great and lacked any flavour. We all ordered scrambled eggs or omelettes which came with toast but no butter, so we asked for butter. There were four of us, and they bought four of the little foil pots of butter you get in restaurants around spain. When we checked the bill we saw that they had charged us for the butter 12 Euros!!!!!! We didn't say anything but left without leaving a gratuity. I emailed the restaurant later on to say that I thought this was disgusting practice to charge for butter that should have already come on the toast or with it, as is normal! The response I got, was to be told that this is the best butter in the world and that is why the price is so high! Actually mad! We won't be going back. If you want a fantastic breakfast in Marbella go to Pan et Marmalade!More (Source: www.tripadvisor.com)

We have breakfasted at Rosa's on many occasions and have very much enjoyed each visit. The breakfast menu has a very good choice. The eggs benedict are particularly good. The smoothies and energy drinks are excellent. The restaurant is clean and well looked after and...the staff are attentive. Highly recommend.More

The signature products at Rosa's Cafe are beef and chicken fajitas, marinated and grilled to perfection over real West Texas mesquite wood giving them their distinct taste. Boasting the attributes of most full-service, sit-down Mexican food restaurants, Rosa's Cafe is unique in having an express drive-through window with an average wait time of less than two minutes. Other popular menu items include crispy and soft tacos, Mexican dinner plates, sour cream chicken enchiladas, taco salads, burritos, tostadas, tamales and made-from-scratch tortillas and sopapillas. The complimentary salsa bar includes fresh pico de gallo and salsas of different seasonings to top off any meal with a mouth-watering zest. (Source: www.amazon.com)

Rosa’s Cafe is an upscale, fast-casual restaurant concept - one of the fastest growing segments in the restaurant industry. The first Rosa’s Cafe was built in 1983 in San Angelo, Texas. In 1995, Bobby D. Cox purchased the brand with its five locations. Today, Rosa’s Cafe has expanded to more than 45 company-owned restaurants with locations in North, Central and West Texas. There is one company-owned Rosa’s Café in Hobbs, NM and an independently owned Rosa’s Café in Temecula, California. It’s All About the Great Taste... The signature products at Rosa’s Cafe are the beef and chicken fajitas, marinated and grilled to perfection over real West Texas mesquite wood giving them their distinct flavor. Other popular menu items include crispy and soft tacos, Mexican dinner plates, sour cream chicken enchiladas, taco salads, burritos, tostadas, tamales and made-from-scratch tortillas and sopapillas. The complimentary salsa bar includes fresh pico de gallo and salsas of different seasonings to top off any meal with a mouth-watering zest. Boasting the attributes of most full-service, sit-down Mexican food restaurants, Rosa’s Cafe is unique in having an express drive-thru window to complement their authentic and colorful interior decor. Whether dining in or using the drive-thru, customers can be assured that their service will be incredibly fast and delicious. (Source: www.visitamarillo.com)

 

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