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Posted by Anonymous on 02/06/2014
Good authentic mexican food fresh ingredients, served relatively fast and real cheap and the food is abundant & fanatastic! Opened 24/7
Posted by Anonymous on 12/14/2011
Yum! I order the Mexican food - not American or Tex Mex (like the unappetizing nachos), and you can't go wrong with having a wonderful tostada or taco for $3. Bargain, delicious and located conveniently half a block from my door. If you stick to the Mexican dishes, you can't go wrong. Their chilaquiles are also great.
Posted by Dave on 09/07/2010
I have ordered here several times and their food is good. Let me respond to some of the reviews though: this is working class mexican, not haute cuisine. The interior of the place looks like a very old diner. Their english is never good. However, I can get very good and cheap tamales to my place 30 min after calling them.
Posted by gavin dovey on 07/31/2010
they hung up on me, couldnt find the place, and when they got here the food was cold.....ok, now the food.....I dont know these guys are allowed to sell food... i couldnt eat the burger, as it was literally soaking wet ...the worst ive ever had ...ever....the coffee I could not drink...in fact the only thing that was adequate was the soda , and that came in a can... do yourselves a favor, and dont do these guys any
Posted by Melissa on 04/29/2010
Great food. Especially the chicken enchiladas. Doesn't look like much but its the best Mexican food in the neighborhood for sure and there are a lot of Mexican places around there. Open very late. A good place to go for late night tacos and beer with friends. The cakes are actually very good also. All of which is surprising considering it looks like an American breakfast diner.
Posted by Bryan Nance on 04/18/2010
I was on my way to Fresco Tortilla on Grand St.--a great grease-pit place for Mexican fast food--and decided to give this place a try instead. I ordered a carne asada burrito with guacamole to go, and when I got my burrito ($4.50!), I was astonished at the quality. This was fresh carne asada, fresh guacamole, fresh beans...delicious! And for $4.50! I can't attest to the rest of the menu, but as far as I'm concerned, this beat out any taco truck I've had in the hills of California, and it was $4.50! In Brooklyn, nonetheless. Someone else go there--please!--and order the same thing. Tell me it isn't a slice of heaven.
Posted by stef'hani on 10/02/2009
I get the burritos here all the time. I love it. They offer a great selection of fillings and the service is wonderful. All smiles behind the counter. I have yet to try the lengua (tongue) but I look forward to it. !!