I order taco dinner, the tripas tacos were hard and the tortilla was stiff. The only good thing here are the salsas.
Excellent!! The queso con chorizo and quesabirria are the best in the area They also have a full bar
New to the area and I love Mexican food. I relocated from Houston which has a vast amount of good Mexican food choices. I had a taste for something simple, tacos. And wanted something close to home. This place is only 2.6 miles away. So it won the lottery for the night. I ordered my husband 7 BBQ wings. I tried one of them and they were good. They could use more sauce though. But they were seasoned really well and fried hard just like we like them. I had 2 chicken tacos with cilantro and onion. They were pretty good! I love the red sauce. It’s spicy. Now to the not so good. I also ordered 2 flank beef steak tacos. I’m not a huge beef eater so I thought I was ordering like a fajita type beef taco. Nope. Ot was some very fatty cubed cute beef steak. It was awful!!!! It had so much fat on each piece. Again, I’m not a huge beef eater so maybe that’s normal for this cut of meat. I literally took each cube of meat oit of the taco and pulled the fat off. It was bland also. I would go back but I will never order this specific taco again. Gross!
Had al pastor tacos and barbacoa tacos…they where phenomenal…..to drink had there hibiscus water..delicious..as well….will come again..
After my visit to the chiropractor. I saw this lit up sign that said Tacos. So I drove over and went inside to place an order. The lady behind the counter wasn’t so friendly. But I overlooked her unpleasant facial expressions. I was hungry and ready to eat. Nice spacious and clean restaurant. There is even a nice size bar inside this place. I ordered two steak tacos for $2.50 and a size of rice for $2.00. The food wasn’t bad for the money. Even though I had better tasting tacos. I wasn’t disappointed with the food here. Hopefully the customer service will be a little better if I return again
I hate bad reviews. Everyone has “their favorite” to compare to. This new spot has demonstrated excellent guest service. Food is consistent. And tacos are on point
Well, it isn’t every day you can order a Pambazo for lunch. Actually, I have never had a pambazo in a restaurant before. For those wondering what a pambazo is, it’s a sandwich, made from a bolillo (a Mexican type bread) dipped and fried in a red guajillo pepper sauce and filled with papas con chorizo topped with lettuce, sour cream, cheese, avocado, anything you want. There is a bread called pambazo, but you can use a bolillo, same delicious results. This pambazo was pretty legit, I was actually kind of surprised. It was a very good portion I got, and I had the second half for lunch the next day. Now, the salsas, I base if a Mexican restaurant is good, based on their ability to make good salsa. The salsa we got when we sat down was ok, it reminded me of a salsa made in a molcahete, with the large chunks of jalapenos. The salsas we got for our meal were fantastic! The green one was creamy and spicy, the red one was full of flavor and spicy as well. Of course, being the psycho that I am, I put both of them on my pambazo. 100% My friend had the taco dinner with ground beef and she enjoyed those too. Nothing great about ground beef tacos though. We were seated right away and the service was fast. I’ll have to go there for dinner so I can get a full idea of this place. For now though, I recommend it.
We decided to have Tacos on a Tuesday for lunch( first time customers). The three of us ordered the same thing, 2 tacos and a drink. Upon placing and paying for our food we sat and waited for our food to go. We sat in their chairs by the door and noticed a white and black print out taped to their window that they offer a lunch special. Two tacos with a side of rice and beans. Sweet right? I approached the lady and asked her if she could give us the lunch special, her answer, “No. Its too late. I already opened the register and cant give you that”. I’m sorry, but it’s just a promotion you are advertising for lunch. She replied, “If you want rice and beans I’ll have to charge you $4 more”. I’m sorry why? Do you keep an inventory of rice and beans per customer? I simply walked away and continued to wait for our food. When we opened the bag we noticed one salsa for our two tacos (no surprise why they are penny pinching their food). Every authentic Mexican establishment I’ve dined or ordered to go always gives you a red and green salsa. Even the customers dining in she was putting two bottles on the table a red and a green one with chips. I gave it one star because their tacos actually had flavor. If you want a THREE taco meal WITH rice and beans go across the street to Pete’s Market for $5!! And their tacos are pretty great with a generous, kind man working there usually during the lunch rush.
The pambazo was tasty. The steak tacos were a little chewy but good. The al pastor was alright not too flavorful. The salsas on the other hand were supper mild (all 3 of them) and not very flavorful.
Call me spoiled because I’ve had some awesome tacos in great cities all over. However, these were worse Tacos I’ve ever had in my life. These things needed an IV bag because they were so dry and the rice was overcooked and burnt. The beans were cold and looked like baby food. I was so disappointed since it had been 4 months without tacos (longest time in my life without). I was just looking for that happiness you get when you bite into a good one. Unfortunately I didn’t take a photo I just threw it away.