Josh Woodward rates this 7 / 10:
This is fairly average Americanized Mexican fare, served in a casual atmosphere (the almost unchanged shell of the former Chi-Chis). The beef chimichanga was especially good, with an almost pastry-like flakiness to the crust, and juicy beef that wasn't overcooked. Fast service, low prices, nice and clean.
There's nothing in particular I'd complain about, but to me, it scratches the same itch as Chipotle, but they have these guys beat hands down in flavor and freshness. Their menu is fairly long, but not especially varied or interesting. I'd much rather see them offer some authentic regional cooking, as Abuelo's has successfully done. The McMexican field is just too crowded.