Respond to Review of Quesadilla La Reyna del Sur
Review: I'm from the Southwest, and when I moved here one of the biggest things I missed was vegan friendly Mexican food. Even though the food is more expensive then what I would get in Phoenix, it's cheap for Chicago, the portions are bigger, and it's good to know the only thing on the menu I can't eat is the eggs. They serve agua frescas and vegan horchata(!), along with all the Mexican foods I grew up with, including vegan menudo, mole, and pozole! I have eaten most things on the menu, my favorites are the super burrito (averages 19" with an 11” circumference, but only costs a little more than their regular burritos), and flor del calabaza quesadilla which melts in my mouth. Sometimes service can be a little slow, and they are Seventh Day Adventists, so they observe the Sabbath starting at sundown on Friday, and ending at sundown on Saturday, so their hours can be a bit wonky. The good members of the community and host lots of vegan bake sales, but if you go there to eat during one, beware that other people might have the same idea and food will take longer.