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Oaxaca Mexican Grill
Posted by anonymous on 2011-02-11
Food quality and flavor not as good as the popular chain. But they do offer brown rice, which is nice.
Posted by LoveOaxaca on 2011-01-25
Love Oaxaca...basic Mexican food but the quality of the ingredients is what sets them apart. Where else can you get a filet mignon (grass fed) burrito for lunch in midtown?
Posted by Texas Jules on 2010-06-17
I came here for lunch because I was craving mexican food and people reviewed it really well. I was trying to stay away from chains b/c I wanted to try something different and be adventurous. But, this is second class compared to chain restaurants. I see w
Posted by Gia on 2010-05-20
I am a Texan with a love of Mexican. That, of course, is easy to find at every corner at home. This spot wasn't too bad. I ordered 3 crispy corn tacos with grilled chicken. Pretty basic, I know, but that's how basic it gets here in NY for Mexican food
Posted by tbone on 2010-05-14
Just another burrito place in New York that gets it wrong. This place didn't even have cilantro....how do you not have cilantro at a mexican place???
Posted by imetsean.com on 2010-04-01
The ingredients were high quality. The meats were MOIST and flavorful, unlike Chipotle and others. The sauces were dynamite - no really, spicy HOT and tasty! Service was courteous and them seemed to care.
Posted by Marc on 2010-03-15
New place, just opened up offering great promotions. Very good, quick Mexican food. Better than Baja Fresh, on par with Chipotle, but shorter lines and possibly healthier. Had the filet mignon twice, burrito and taco. Everything is very filling, with