The mediocre food you can overpay for at Sanborns and Vips has some competition; the new Bisquets Bisquets de Obregon in Merida’s Monte Cristos neighborhood. If you are fan of lackluster, clueless service, food that is both bland and ridiculously overpriced, along with tasteless Mexico-City style bread that is presented in a basket for you to choose from as if it was boulangerie quality flown in fresh from Paris this morning, then you will love the new Bisquets Bisquets restaurant.
Among other things to intensely dislike: the very bright fluorescent lighting that highlights the garish colors and hard surfaces that even McDonalds would be hard-pressed to match; the clueless servers who seem to have been selected based on their lack of inherent waiting ability, the hard, understuffed, vinyl coated benches that take uncomfortable seating to a new low and of course the afore mentioned bread. Also the entire property surrounding the building has been tree-cleaned making the Bisquets Bisquets brand an important contributor to the continuing warming of the formerly white city.
5 thoughts on “The Casual Restaurant Critic VS Bisquets Bisquets Obregon”
Well Done William, These places that steal ones money & optimism with promises of taste & quality should be called to account. There is nothing more annoying than bad food & bad service all too prevelant here in the yucatan.
Love that… “steal money & optimism”. Sounds like what is going on everyday around the world!
Thanks, Paul, for stopping by! And Ellen, I agree think Mitt.
I saw the super shiny building on the huge Scorched-Earth parking surface and decided to stay away. But has anyone actually tasted actual biscuits in actual Obregon? Do they exist? Kentucky actually does have fried chicken!
There are indeed Bisquets in Obregon! They grow on the short Bisquet tree, known for it’s lush leaves and aromatic bisquet blossoms each spring,