Moes, the Official Review


I eat mexican food at least twice a week. Sometimes five. I'm a regular contributor to Andrew Farbman's kid's college fund. But I was hungry on my way home from work today, so I thought I'd try Moes in Bluffton. I hadn't been that impressed with the one on Abercorn in Savannah, but I thought I'd give it a second chance.

Amigos Moes The Verdict
Freshly cooked chips, though sometimes greasy Chips from a bag, but they're free Advantage: Amigos. Bag chips suck, and I get 'em for free anyway
Really good salsas, very hot, but still tasty Flavored water, mostly Advantage: Amigos
Fresh meat, cheese Meatlike product soaked in some sort of spicy marinade. Advantage: Amigos
Price, about $7, but that doesn't include chips Price, $5.25 Moes wins here
Andrew's a bit grumpy. Vicki works there (is that good or bad? :) Everybody behind the counter yells "Welcome to Moes!" when you enter. I find the yelling to be exceedingly annoying. Just shut up and cook the food already. I can deal with Andrew's grumpiness and I've learned to tune Vicki out.

So, based on the #1 and #4, I expect Moes to do pretty well, despite the fact that the food is mediocre at best, and their attempt to be cool, hip, unique, whatever, is really just annoying.

But it's still a lot better than that crap you get at Mi Tierra.

The trash heap has spoken. Nyeah.