I ordered a Chimichanga. First, I was told the plate was hot, hot and I understood this. I waited ten min. and plate was still untouchable and burned my fingers. I only wanted to position it so I could get to it to eat. When I cut into my dinner, my plate was flooded with deep fryer oil. It was so discussing that I lost my appetite.
So be warned the plates are lethally hot and do not cool down. As hot as they are I don’t believe just telling the customer they are “hot, hot” can keep them from one day being sued… so be prepared to stare at your food for fifteen to twenty minutes before eating, (I’m not kidding) and if you’re getting something that’s deep fried, well your plate will be flooded in the oil, if you like that, make sure you have your spoon.