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Posted by anonymous on 01/11/2011
I am a highly disappointed customer, due to the fact that I been a loyal customer ever since the business was a small tacos stand, I love the food, I usually go to eat at El paso at least 4 times a week, but lately I noticed that the portions had gotten ridiculously smaller, sometimes food have no taste and price still the same or higher.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/30/2009
Love this place! The restaurant is really cute & the staff very attentive/friendly. Sangria was seriously the best I've ever had. Half of our party ordered from the Mexican menu & half from the Spanish menu. No one was disappointed. Prices are very reasonable.
Posted by Adam on 09/18/2008
I have been going to this place for over 20 years now and I am never disappointed with the food. Their Mexican food and their Spanish food is out of this world. Also if you like Sangria theirs cannot be beat. So if you want good food at an affordable price in a nice atmosphere El Paso is the best choice to make if you are in the village. We Live in PA now and we still try to get their as often as we can.
Posted by CasualT on 09/14/2008
The food at this restaurant was poor and the service was worse! After we had to wait for about an hour (and it was not crowded) for our food, we very quickly discovered that the only edible thing in the place was the tortilla chips. Avoid this place unless you're into overpriced underflavored foods.
Posted by Massimo in Brooklyn on 08/02/2008
El Paso is a Mexican-Spanish place which can stand comparison with many other such places in the Village: it's decent food, nothing spectacular. However, they do have some interesting specials (I tried the broiled lobster), and it's a good spot on your way to one of the various independent movie theaters in the area. They have a full bar and a small outside patio, right on Houston.
Posted by kelly on 03/15/2008
We went to El Paso for dinner last night and were really disappointed. The margaritas were poor. They were most definitely made from a mix and tasted like sweet tarts. We couldn't even drink them, which was a major bummer. The food was ok, but didn't really blow my mind. The price isn't necessarily cheap either, so it's not like your getting so-so food for super cheap.
Posted by Susana on 03/06/2008
I have been going to El Paso for years. I love the enchiladas especially cheese the people are great and the margaritas are fabulous. It's an extra special spot.