This is my first review in 7 years in Shanghai, and let me say there is good reason for it!
Dali's is the best burrito I have had in SH hands down. With all due respect to my other favorite Mexican spots, this burrito killed it. I had the chipotle chicken and my wife had beans + cheese. I liked mine better because the chicken had great spicy sauce, but both were really good. The guacamole was very tasty - small portion but only 20 RMB. The burritos come with chip/salsa/jalapenos/sour cream for free.
Literally spent half the meal talking about how friction good the burrito was - trust me and try it.
Tuesday is margarita + burrito for 75 RMB (great value IMO), so all said in done we spent only 170 for a quality meal and even had leftovers from one burrito.
I was doing an internship for 6 months in China and the first 3 months I didn't want to bind myself on a regular teaching lesson so through some mobile apps I started to learn vocabulary (pinyin & characters) by myself, after this time I realized that I wouldn't really get into the language if I wouldn't have some regular input & feedback so I decided to give it a go through a recommendation of a friend. I was able to take Cathysia as my teacher and I was always impressed on how she would always know on what level I was and how to proceed even though I had a very chaotic learning style. Another very impressive point was that they will always find time to have a lesson with you, which is especially valuable for people that work full-time, I could have lessons in the early morning but also in the late evenings or on weekends whatever my schedule was better for. I am very grateful for this pleasurable learning experience!
Update on my review: Last week, over a month after I wrote my review for this "company", I received a series of calls from Koben and later on his "boss" asking me explanations on why I wrote that review. After explaining to them that I merely wrote in details what my experience with them was like they gave me two options in exchange of me taking the review off city weekend. Option 1: they offered to refund me the 2000 RMB I paid for the faulty logic board they installed on my laptop (the issue keeps on going and it is actually getting worse making it very annoying to watch anything on my notebook) Option 2: the offered to go with me to an Apple store to have them check on the repair and eventually prove either of us right with no assurance of the issue being repaired. Needless to say I took option 1 as I explained to them I would not let them or anyone for them touch my laptop again after the first extremely disappointing experience. They said they then needed to think about it (they called and offered in the first place, I was already done thinking about them and what they did to my laptop) and a few hours later I received a call from the allegedly boss of the company agreeing to pay me back in exchange of me taking the review down. I told them I was busy working on a project and that I would expect them to contact me again to do the "exchange" around the 21st. The day came and no call from them so I texted them and I yet have to receive an answer from them. I would be ok with them taking back the deal as although being refunded would be great I really just want to close this annoying chapter once and for all. I'm writing this update cause apparently they are so unprofessional and unable to keep their word that now I'm stuck with an empty promise and no one to deal with and I guess I will maybe receive another call sometime next month to be once again bothered to death by these incompetent company and its people.. Seriously just avoid this company and you will save yourself from being scammed in a fake repair and from having to deal with a bunch of liars..
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