Pratt has five mexican restaurants that are either taco shop type places or semi-authentic Mexican restaurants that sell the same thing but have a different name.
I am not a fan of mexican food. I was born in america and prefer the deep fried things, cheeseburgers, or a nice big steak.
Don’t get me wrong, I love a good quesadilla, but when people add nasty vegetables and the different sauces, it just does not appeal to me.
“I do not like all the vegetables and stuff they put into food and most of it is too spicy for me,” senior Dustin Weber said.
The fact that Pratt has five different mexican restaurants is just outrageous. Two of them are taco shop places that I actually enjoy since tacos have become so Americanized. The other three restaurants are semi-authentic restaurants that all serve the same thing with a different name.
“Since Pratt has so many mexican restaurants it is what I have always eaten, so I have always liked Mexican food for as long as I can remember,” sophomore Andrew Withers said.
I don’t mean to bash on a whole culture’s cuisine, I am sure it is the greatest food in the world to them, but I am a meat and potatoes kind of guy when it comes to food. If it doesn’t look appealing or has things that I do not like in it then I’m not going to eat it.