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DTW Frita Batidos in Ann Arbor

momskitchen | Jan 16, 201111:59 AM     7

Went there this afternoon to have lunch....but I couldn't have lunch because they serve breakfast until 2 pm. Had to stand in line for 30 minutes before they told us this. Very disappointed. The building has bad "feng shui".for lack of a better word...when you walk in, it's not clear where/what you are supposed to do. There's no clear line. While you are trying to eat, people are standing all around you so that you are face level with their rear ends. I really didn't like this.

I got the potato nachos, which are like American fries with black beans on top and some guacamole. It was kind of bland. My kid got the cuban omelettee - it tasted like eggs filled with sloppy joe mix. We each got a batido, which is a creamy fruity shake and it was tasty. and a very small portion All in all, it was just okay....and my bill, including tip, was $36 for 2 people. It definitely wasn't worth it. Not sure I'll make it back for the frita....which was $7 just for a chorizo patty on it, and to get the toppings it was an additional $3 for what is essentially a hamburger.

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Frita Batidos
117 W. Washington, Ann Arbor, MI 48104

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