Not very satisfied at all. The food was ok at best but the customer service and the overall atmosphere was not very inviting.
It didn't feel like a place you can grab a bite and gang out for a bit. You wanted to eat the food and leave.
Been there three times and this is the final one.
Cannot give a very positive review.
We came for lunch on a Saturday. It was busy but we received our table relatively quick.
I ordered the pan-fried fish fillet sandwich with a side of french fries. For all the hype this place seems to have, the food was not that great. It was ok at best. To top it off I found not one but two...TWO pieces of hair in my plate. Absolutely gross.
Thankfully, they waived the bill completely but I doubt I'll ever be back.
I was pleasantly surprised! Having lived in Rocklin for over five years and driven by it thousands of times, I have never stepped foot inside this restaurant.
Finally, decided to stop by for lunch on Father's day. There weren't too many people but it also seemed a bit understaffed with only two waitresses. That could explain our half an hour wait for the food.
However, the food was the best part. I ordered the steak and shrimp fajitas and the portion size was very generous. The ingredients tasted very fresh, not warmed up, and the balance of flavor was a positive.
The prices are on the higher end for a sit down Mexican restaurant but the portion sizes are also bigger that most other eateries of this sort. If they get their wait times down, this could really benefit them.
It was surprisingly interesting. The details and history is something every Sacramento area resident should know.
I felt like it may be a little overpriced for what it is, but that is just my opinion.
Our tour guide Rose seemed pretty knowledgeable on the history and answered any questions anyone had.
The service was really good. No complaints there. Everything else was just ok. Their Tiramisu cake was probably the best dish from everything ordered. Can't really say much more than that.
Very much a meh and unimpressive experience. The food wasn't bad but I can get MUCH better food elsewhere for same or less. $16 for shrimp fajitas during lunch?! Too much for too little. Not to mention the poor service.
Went for a Sunday lunch and was greatly pleased with the experience. I ordered the tri-tip sandwich off of the $11 lunch menu and it was very good. The meat was tender and melted in your mouth.
There was absolutely no wait to get a table and the food didn't take incredibly long to arrive either.
Overall, satisfied and would recommend.
This place didn't disappoint. Great layout of the restaurant with a nice patio and lounge areas. We were seated right away and our food did not take long to arrive. It was also good if a tad warm, maybe it just cooled down quickly.
The prices seemed reasonable, at least on a Sunday afternoon. Wouldn't mind stopping by again, if I'm in the area.
Came here for lunch recently and had the Ultimate Cheesesteak wrap. While the flavor was good, the value was not. The wrap is roughly 60% size vs. a regular Chipotle burrito and for almost $8, with tax, that is all you get. To make it a combo meal with a side, it cost an extra $2.
Once again, it tasted really good, and I urge you to give it a try, but the small amount of food for the money, left something to be desired.
This was a nice tour of the property. Our group only had eight people and the docent was very friendly, nice and full of information.
The house truly is big and fascinating with the entire building taking up 19,000 sq.ft!
We came for the 3pm tour on a Saturday and there was no charge for the tour.
Keep in mind that tours and parks like these are on life support with minimal funding from the state, so it was a surprise to find that there was no fee for the tour.