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Posted by UES Neighbor on 07/10/2013
This place is decent. I've ordered for delivery twice - both times food arrived within 30 minutes - and warm. Portion sizes are good for the price. Food was fresh and good. (Although - salsa was the watery/not spicey kind.) Will order again!
Posted by Anonymous on 05/01/2013
Ate here with 2 others last night and it was disappointing. The food( white meat enchilada for 2 of us) was bland, overcooked chicken and not worth the time. Watery salsa with little taste as well. We go to many mexican restaurants in the city and this is a definite "Not repeat" for me.
Posted by tasty mex on 02/24/2013
Best no frills Mex in town. go with steak chimichanga, steak taco basket, steak fajitas, pork tinga tacos.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/03/2012
This is a local place and the food is good. The issue is this place is overpriced, the service is soso, and the decor is less to be desired. Delivery takes over an hour each time you order and I live close by. $20 for a burrito and small guac seems rather $$ even for NYC.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/20/2012
We have only ordered delivery but everyone is polite, the food is delicious, comes quickly and the price is right. Don't get the negative reviews.
Posted by Bo on 08/08/2012
The title says it all. Go elsewhere
Posted by Anonymous on 12/09/2011
Being from San Antonio, I have a higher than average standard for Mexican food. But I will say that Aprovecho's Ranchero burrito is the best burrito I've had in NYC. Their Mole is a bit sweeter than I'm used to... But it was NOT the worst Mole I've ever had. But I understand that no Mole will ever be as perfect as Paloma Blanca's. Their delivery has always been prompt, the food arrives hot, and they always include sour cream and salsa. As far as the burrito itself, the components of the burrito are usually evenly distrubuted throughout. Which is more than I can say for most burritos in NYC. The tortilla is never soggy either! My only beef with Aprovecho is that I wish they had queso. I order from this place all the time. (They also know how to make a proper taco)