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Posted by laura Domingez on 11/09/2013
I've been coming to this restaurant for over 10 years...food is like made at home...their beansss are delicious and forget about roasted pork (pernil)...they have the best. I pretty much like everything from here. Mofongos with shrimp in garlic sauce are amazing. You've got to come here to have the best latin homemade food.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/22/2012
I really like their food. I like the skirt steak and the Tbone steak, chicken parmesan, grill lobster, mofongo..this is one of my favorite places to eat. I recommend it they have very good tasty food.
Posted by suga on 01/08/2010
I find the baked chicken to be really good, esp. when you get it when its first made, the breakfast that I had was horrible, pancakes had no taste, and how can you mess up aunt jemima pancake mix? If your awomen you get better service from the men, the women seem to ignore you.
Posted by selena on 12/29/2009
as i often find myself craving delicious staples of latin cuisine such as oxtail stew and roast pork, this place sates my needs. fast, cheap, huge generous portions. there's a bit of a language barrier if you don't speak spanish, but i managed to get by with my seven years of spanish lessons. i wasn't expecting much based on the previous reviews, but they're at least two years old. so yeah, if you're in the mood for something latin, and not a pizza or a plate of spaghetti, this is a pretty decent place. the delivery was fast as heck. sure, the roast pork was a little dry but they're generous with the skin which everyone knows is the best part. and the oxtail stew is delicious. and my god, i will be eating leftovers for days.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/04/2007
I found that with Los Primos you can't expect to go to a Dominican restaurant and expect the spaghetti to be stellar. However that having been said the mofongo, the bistec emenezado and the arroz con habichuelos are all stellar as well the enselada del pulpo is fantastic.
Posted by johnny and polly on 08/05/2007
$5 for a plate of eight nachos, no exaggeration. eight chips and some cheese. then cold vegetables tossed in a dry tortilla passed off as a burrito. these were literally, colder than room temperature canned or frozen vegetables with some half-way to melted cheese on top (the cheese tried, probably really hard to overcome the temperature of the veggies and melt a little but ultimately it failed). next up, passable spaghetti with dry chicken. edible, but hard to stomach (har, har!) for $7. when you go to a dominican restaurant called "los primos" you want a heaping plate of steamy food, not a run way model's diet and glowering wait staff. that's to say nothing of the decor...
Posted by Anonymous on 03/15/2007
This restuaraunt is affordable and comfortable becuase of the hisanic atrmosphere the food is really good but some times the srevica can be shaky but overall the waitresses treat you well and everything seems good.