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Posted by Anonymous on 04/14/2006
We order from here almost every week. The food is fast and fresh and the fajitas are a great value.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/21/2006
For the price the food is okay at best...wasn't happy with my steak taco. They fudge my order and gave me a chicken taco instead of bean and cheese taco.
Posted by e on 01/18/2006
This is our stand by. We order at least once a week. The Tostada Salads are great - ask for extra dressing. The steak soft taco is hard to beat. Really authentic. Delivery can take a little while but your patience is rewarded. Just have loads of water or good beer on hand because it is a bit salty - but truly delish - and a great deal.
Posted by UWS diner on 12/16/2005
We moved to the area just a month or so ago, and, in that time, frescos tortillas has become a stand-by. Their homemade tortillas are fresh indeed, always tasty and chewy. Stick to the basics--the soft and hard-shell tacos are great, the burritos less so, but everything is so inexpensive that it never hurts to try something new each time you oder. Also, it's a trip that the restaurant is wholly owned and operated by a Chinese family.
Posted by uws ch on 12/03/2005
Fresco is terrific. They deliver the food in mere minutes--one time I hung up the phone after ordering and the food was at my door 6 minutes later. The food is super fresh, the people friendly, and it's just yummy in general. Where else can you get $1.19 guacamole and about 15 tacos for less than $20? And it's all good, too! I heartily recommend Fresco. Try the steak fajitas, the fresh corn chips, and the chili tacos!
Posted by Anonymous on 11/20/2005
I love ordering from Fresco. I've never waited more than 20 minutes for a delivery. The food comes hot, it's delicious and dirt cheap. For the price of a large pizza you can get chicken nachos, two quesadillas and an assortment of tacos. Anything with grilled steak or chicken is Fresco's "specialty"- especially the fajitas by the pound.
Posted by JoeFood on 10/20/2005
I passed this place plenty of times on my way to the post office so I figured I would give it a shot. A mistake. I had the chicken burrito. The meat was charred to a crisp and very salty.