Thursday, May 18, 2006

EZ's

She: For yet another "working" lunch, I went to EZ's (3918 N. Lamar Blvd, Austin). I'll admit right off the bat that I probably didn't order their best dish, which is arguably their hamburger or their pizza, but regardless, EZ's didn't impress me too much.

I ordered their "Liberty Chicken," which is basically a marinated, grilled chicken breast with rice, steamed veggies (zucchini, squash, carrots, and broccoli), and focaccia bread. The meal was satisfying and filling, but not a must-have-again dish. The best part of the meal was the focaccia.

I also had some of their french fries (off other people's plates) and those weren't too exciting, either.

If I go back to EZ's, I'll probably opt for a burger, but I won't necessarily go back on my own initiative. Barnaby's in Houston offers the same food for the same price, but at a much higher level of quality.

Nevertheless, UT students take note: showing a UT ID card gets you a discount (perhaps 15%?) off your bill.

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