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Reviews from nymag.com
Posted by Ju$tMe on 08/31/2008
I went here for the first time today. Love love love it. Now that Burritoville is closed and I refuse to step foot in Chipotle, I had to find a new spot. This place is perfect. I got the steak burrito. The steak tasted AMAZING and the sour cream on top was like creme fraiche. Not sure who's been writing all the negative reviews, but it's probably people who were brought up on frozen burritos and think Chipotle is real Mexican food. Don't listen to them. They probably think Starbucks is really coffee and eat at Subway every night. Move back to Minnesota!!!
Posted by happy tummy on 06/14/2008
I love this place! The food is good and fresh and it's sooo cheap. Delivery is fast and even when I went in for a carry out order I was there less than 10 minutes. Will definitely keep ordering from this place.
Posted by ES on 05/10/2008
I ordered a chicken burrito for $6.50 from this place yesterday and it had the driest chicken I have ever tasted. The burrito didn’t even have cheese.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/05/2008
My first time here and I'll definitely be going back. The food is made to order. The green and red sauces are both hot and tasty. Chicken was all white meat and flaky....mmmmm The only downside...no margaritas!!
Posted by Anonymous on 02/28/2008
Flawless Mexican in a city that offers surprisingly few options. This, and Yola's in Williamsburg offer the only respectable versions I've yet found. Everything I have ever ordered from Puebla has been fantastic clean and fresh tasting, totally addictive. Perhaps "FajitaMan" should try San Loco?
Posted by FajitaManNYC on 02/25/2008
I am beyond disgusted with this restaurant, if it even deserves to be called one. I've never ordered a meal only to take one bite of it before throwing it away. I might as well have just taken my $25.00 and flushed it down the toilet. The enchilladas were completely dry and so hot that I felt like I was a contestant in a hot pepper competition. No rice, no beans either. Besides this place being reasonably priced, they have absolutely nothing going for them. Yuck!
Posted by Anonymous on 12/10/2007
This is the best value in the East Village. The rice and bean burrito is delicious and a full meal for just $5. Everything is fresh and they are not stingy with portions.