how do I void the previous registration so I can get a new card? We go to Qdoba @ least once a week and I lost my card about a year ago. I have my own email now and tried to get a new one. Now I understand why I couldn't get one. I hope with this email I can know get another card.
I was equally impressed with how easy it was to prepare these. While I was only a spectator and taste tester, it seemed as though anyone could give them a go. The mussels were delicious and quite like the ones I eat at a restaurant in Maine. I also feel like less is more.
When I tried this beer, I was expecting it to be much more heavy and strong. It smelled a lot like coffee and tasted quite good. The hint of chocolate was very delicate but noticeable. This beer was much more enjoyable than I anticipated.
How do you cook the burger? Do you mix the beef and sausage and add the eggs on top or do you mix the eggs with the meat? I've had this many times as we live near the Burg but can't figure how they cook it. Any help appreciated! Thanks
This was super easy to make but not nearly spicy enough. I recommend dousing the shrimp in as much hot sauce as you like then soaking it all up with giant garlic bread (not my suggestion but PJ's). I used cooked shrimp instead of uncooked, which worked out well. Just make sure to watch the time.
While the food was surprisingly good, this was not easy to make. I cheated and used canned pumpkin. I recommend a can of Libby's and a HUGE pot in which to cook the raviolis. The more the water and space the better. Don't keep them in there long either. They break. Not sure if it was worth it but they were flavorful and rich. I also recommend sauteed green beans as a side dish.
This was very pucker your lips kind of lemony but I liked it. I would have to drink it with food though, which is not how I drank it last week, but if I were to continue drinking it, food is necessary. Good summer brew.
i'm in agreement with your review, only surprised that there's no mention of the somewhat lackadaisical service. not that it really bothered me, since i was perfectly content to take my time and enjoy the company, meal, and scenery. thanks again :)
It may be because I am not a local that I enjoyed the place so much. I had no basis for comparison to other places in the area. I agree that the concept is good; I'm sorry you had an unpleasant experience.
I love the concept of Farm 255. In fact I even teach a class in organic gardening at UGA. But I went last night to the worst experience I've ever had at a restaurant in Athens. I had five slices of tomato for $7, then had seven bites of something that was supposed to be dirty rice, but wasn't. Four of us had an entree, two of us had a salad, two of us had a beer. It was $100. Rip off is not what this should be, but I'm very angry and ashamed at Farm 255.
One of the best cheeseburgers ever, huh? If I'm ever around Randolph St, I might just go visit Lola.
The appetizers seem rather disappointing.
About not ordering dessert when nobody else wants any...i do that too. Maybe I should rethink my behaviour. I would've loved to hear about the chocolate port and chocolate cake. Though i see your point about suffering death by chocolate. Then again, of all the ways to die, it can't be the worst.
I also started with the Duck Spring Rolls (excellent), but followed with the Wok Seared New York Sirloin for the entree. Ordered medium and cooked medium-rare (perfect by my taste), a tender cut coupled with shitake mushrooms in a sake sauce that was very good. The "potatoes" that come with the Sirloin were actually 4 gum drop-sized bites, but the lack of a substantial side was of no concern to me. The review of the wontons was spot-on.
It is the rewards card where you accumulate 1000 points (100pts per entree item + various bonus points) you get a free burrito. It's essentially a buy 10 get 1 free card, though there are ways to expedite your one free. Double points day, for example, is always a crowd pleaser.