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Posted by EastVillage13 on 06/25/2012
Seriously, I don't know what they rest of these people ordered who've submitted good reviews. First of all, i had to call after an hour had gone by, then wait another 15-20 for my food, two tacos and beans. I love real Mexican tacos, but these were very sub-par. My chicken taco tasted like burned chicken, my steak taco tasted like burnt steak and both had minimal amounts picketed onions and was loaded with avocado and had to be eaten w a knife and fork they were so soggy. The guac does not taste fresh and almost taste like store bought - no cilantro, onion or tomato - just hot pepper and a hint of lime.
Posted by Mary on 06/03/2012
the shrimp tacos & quesadillas are my favorite,& the guacamole is the bomb! going there tmrw bin getting hungry thinking about it :)
Posted by Karen on 10/20/2010
The pork was reeeeeally unappetizing. I don't know how you can ruin a tortilla, pork, guacamole and beans combination.
Posted by dawn on 12/16/2009
For the price, this place is perfect.
Posted by ny food fanatic on 11/02/2009
We were willing to give a new mexican place a chance. The reviews on Pinche looked promising -after ordering a burrito, chips and guac, I'm not sure WHAT these people were smoking when they left these reviews. The chicken burrito was all beans, the chips were near stale and the guac was something I'd buy from a plant oin Nebraska. Service was no good. My boyfriend was put on hold for almost 5 minutes when calling to order around 9pm - he finally hung up and called back. Then, when calling to confirm that we received the right quantity of guacamole - because no good Mexican restaurant would dare charge for what we received - he was rudely told that yes, that is what we ordered and that is what we get. Very disappointed and will not be ordering again.
Posted by pantherATTACK on 09/19/2009
Coming from Colorado years ago it's taken me a long time to find anyplace in the city that actually makes real Horchata! The food's excellent, everyone's nice as hell and you can't beat it. For a city that really has everything I can't believe it took me this long to find good Mexican food.
Posted by San Diego Transplant on 05/17/2009
I moved here from San Diego 10 years ago and miss nothing more than good Baja Mexican Food. This place is the best in the city. The fish tacos are authentic and the "California" bean and cheese burrito is simply perfect - flakey warm flour tortilla, pinto beans and cheese, classic. You can certainly get better in Tijuana, but not here in Manhattan. Their horchata is lovely as well. Now will someone please open a Rubios on the Upper East Side?