Montezuma offers tasty Mexican cuisine


This restaurant review is on a regional and college favorite, Montezuma. There are two in Chambersburg, and I chowed down at the Lincoln Way location. I was very impressed with the warm atmosphere and quick service.

We were able to get a table as soon as we entered and it was right at the dinner rush.

I soon realized that the quick service helped the restaurant flip tables, while maintaining a relaxed presence. I was greeted with an appetizer of fevered chips, complemented by delicious salsa, which are free.

I ordered the quesadilla texana because I am a huge quesadilla fan.

It is hard to determine the portion sizes of a new restaurant and I was pleasantly surprised by the size of my meal. I received a solid tummy-filling portion at a reasonable price.

The quesadilla had cuts of beef and shrimp, with rice, guacamole and sour cream on the side. The plate combination resulted in endless dipping combinations.

The service was swiftly catering to every tables’ needs and was very professional. The walls were hand-painted and each table had its own unique light fixture shining down.

This resonated with the overall quality of the restaurant.

A homemade touch, with a dash of expertise. Anybody looking for an affordable date night, or just a friendly dinner with friends, then Montezuma is a consistent restaurant of choice for an overall good experience.

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