Restaurant: The Daiquiri Factory

Hello everyone! Let’s get right into the review of The Daiquiri Factory! My friends Morgan and Ellie and I decided to try this place for lunch a few months ago after our last exam on a Friday.
We started out by picking what drinks we wanted. There are so many options to choose from for margaritas, daiquiris, and cocktails so the waiter was kind enough to bring out a sample tray of the drinks (you can see the little sample cups in the right picture). Out of the options I thought the Piña Colada, the Pineapple Express, and the Dui (I know, silly name lol) were the best flavors and really didn’t like the sour apple flavor. We decided to go with the Pina Coladas and really enjoyed them. There was an option to have your drink served in a coconut for an extra $3. Well they brought the drinks in a fake coconut cup so immediately we asked to not get our drinks in a “coconut” to save the $3.
The service at this restaurant was pretty darn slow (there weren’t many people eating at the restaurant at the time either). After about 40 minutes, our food came out. We shared the Chili Cheese Fries ($7.50) first and I liked them but Morgan thought the cheese tasted as if it was from a gas station!
 

Individually, Ellie got the House Salad with Chicken ($8.50) and thought it was delicious. This salad was made of lettuce, tomatoes, crispy chicken, onions, cucumbers, and cheddar cheese.

I ordered the Shrimp Tacos ($9) and thought there were good but the sauce was a bit too mayo-y for me. The tacos were made with shrimp, lettuce, onions, tomatoes, and the sauce.

Last but not least, Morgan ordered the Chicken Finger Basket ($9). She liked the dish but to me the chicken fingers almost tasted a little vinegar-y.
I did enjoy sitting on their outdoor patio but overall I think the drinks were good but the food was only average. The quality was just not where it should’ve been. I will not be going back to this restaurant. Leave me a comment of your favorite places to grab lunch in Atlanta!
– Emily
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