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Posted by Anonymous on 07/06/2008
The food is pretty good not great. The service, however, is poor except for one really nice attentive bartender.
Posted by Gary on 03/23/2008
Great food and atmosphere, good drinks, just stingy on their guacamole. The best value is without a doubt their Fajitas for two (about $17.00) and we get enough that we take it home after two of us eating it.
Posted by Inwood on 03/12/2008
I order from Guadalupe and dine out there frequently. I think it's the best restaurant in Inwood. The food is always good, and very resonably priced. I highly recommend the chicken tacos! Yum!
Posted by none on 03/06/2008
I have been to this place three times and i've ordered appetizers on all three occasion, and all I have to say is that I was not inspired to order entrees on all three occasions and neither have my friends. The space is nice the drinks are good but the food needs alot of work.
Posted by Neigbor on 02/09/2008
Appetizers: 4.5. Entrees: 2. We've been here three times and the latest time will be our last. Despite delicious appetizers (corn lobster soup is the signature) and a fine atmosphere (with occasional wonderful jazz nights) the entrees were true disappointments. A rather expensive salmon that was to be served rare came out well done with a suspicious fishy flavor. An expensive filet mignon looked as if it had been squashed on the grill and had the texture of chuck roast. The service started out good, but it was difficult to get help after the initial visit and our server began her closing side work a few tables over when the kitchen was not due to close for an hour and a half. Also, they charged an exorbitant price for a house mixed drink that was ordered during apps and arrived after dinner, all this with the seating area only half full. When the bill came in at nearly a hundred dollars for two, with only a drink each, appetizers and a main course we were sorely disappointed. We may return for jazz nights, but don't order the expensive dinners, they're not worth it. Btw, the "table side" guacamole is not made table side, but rather pre-made and served in a small ramekin. Be sure you're charged for a side and not the app. which is no longer available but still on the menu.
Posted by Barbie on 05/13/2007
I have been living in Inwood for 20 years now. I love mexican food and finally have a restaurant I love. It used to be Hoppin Jalopenos ( I know the spelling isn't right). The food was so-so but the drinks were good. When it shut down and Guadalupe opened I was so happy. The atmosphere is wonderful, the drinks very good (and strong)and the food is wonderful. Today is Mother's Day and I have a reservation. Can't wait.
Posted by Tami in Inwood on 04/21/2007
This restaurant seems a bit out of place (there's a glaring 99 cents store across the street) but manages to get the atmosphere inside right. The drinks were expensive for the area and the food was to boot. The mojito and tamarind martini I had were way too sweet but kept me happy due to the amount of alcohol in them. As for the food, my friend said that there must have been a rice and bean shortage because she was served so little- seriously maybe 2 tablespoons of black beans (although the rice had been set prettily in a pyramid mold). I enjoyed the salsa and white corn tortilla chips. My friend had the Fish Tacos and liked them while I had the Mussels in White Wine Sauce and the Cactus Salad. With 4 or 5 drinks, her tacos and my seafood and salad, our bill was about $65 (we spent more on drinks than food). We were satisfied and happy to have more places like this one showing up in Inwood... Now if we could just get rid of all those glaring signs in the neighborhood...