I was walking down the food court trying to decide what to eat. I came across "La Salsa" and walked up. The Girl at the register was "pushy" and "rude". I asked about the Grande Burrito and she said "Chicken or Steak"? I asked if I could taste a small piece of steak, because everyone does it different and if it was hard and overcooked, I was going to decline. She looked at me like I insulted her, rolled her eyes at me, THEN chopped off a small bite size piece of steak and HANDED IT TO ME IN HER BARE HANDS!!.
She obviously knows nothing about Customer Service or Food Service and Cleanliness. If she has that attitude, I can only wonder HOW the food was prepared. I'll Never go back to this place!
Fast, fresh Mexican specialties and a signature salsa bar are the hallmarks of this restaurant chain.. In Short Founded in 1979 in Los Angeles, La Salsa has grown into a chain of quick-serve, taqueria-style restaurants. Specializing in soft-shell tacos and other Mexican favorites, the restaurant's hallmark is its salsa bar that allows customers to choose their toppings. Menu offerings include a variety of fish, meat and veggie tacos, plus burritos, quesadillas and salads. Entree-sized meal platters--like the enchilada plate or three-pepper fajita platter--come with rice, beans, chips and salsa.