A late survey by The New York Times, in any case, has resisted the pattern and started shock over the web.
NYT eatery commentator Pete Wells composed a blistering zero-star audit of one branch of LocoL in California and has gotten a reaction subsequently - a few people have even scratched off their memberships to the paper.
Part of the reason individuals have reacted so emphatically is that LocoL is an eatery with respectable aims - the thought behind the scaled down affix is to offer great quality, sound sustenance at moderate costs to a portion of the poorest, most ignored neighborhoods of the US.
Be that as it may, Wells is accustomed to checking on fine-feasting foundations, and he was not inspired.
He pummeled both the administration and the menu, guaranteeing what he ate tasted "like clinic nourishment."
The greatest wrongdoer for Wells was the chicken: "LocoL's chicken is an amalgam of chicken bits imperceptibly bound together.
"Inside a thin sheath of browned covering, this composite of ground meat is bafflingly dull and impossibly dry," he composed.
It's not all negative however, and the pundit commends LocoL's more extensive mission, yet that didn't stop the enraged response the audit incited.
Devotees of the eatery hopped to LocoL's barrier, contending the faultfinder had been superfluously cruel.
"Beautiful takedown piece on a little organization truly attempting to improve underserved groups through sustenance, development and business," remarked one individual on Facebook.
Another asserted that the eatery was a case of west drift nourishment scene being "excessively creative for the suits on the east drift."
Be that as it may, LocoL culinary expert Roy Choi figured out how to take the more ethical route, composing an extensive reaction to Wells' survey on his Instagram account: "I respect Pete's audit. It educates me significantly additionally regarding the way. I don't know Pete however he is presently inseparably connected to LocoL everlastingly," he said.