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Sabor A Mexico II
Posted by Deborah H on 09/11/2014
No flavor, canned cheapest ingredients and industrial cheese. No seasoning. Burrito like a wet carpet tile and in place of chorizo they used dried up ground beef. Yet they charged high prices for this mess. Eating what we could bear was more like two starving dogs eating drywall out of desperate hunger. We hated ourselves for the bites we did consume. How does one ruin food in the ways they did?
Posted by Joey on 10/18/2013
If I could give ZERO stars I would. This place is severely overpriced and for what I am paying, I should be getting more than just two crusty dry tacos and a side of salsa (for $15). I am not sure why they call themselves Sabor a Mexico II when the Sabor a Mexico original has much lower prices and better food. They are giving the first restaurant a bad bad name. Don't even bother wasting your money here.
Posted by Lily W. on 12/29/2012
The drinks can be wonderful here but the food needs to be elevated if they want their business to pick up. The food has potential and some tweaks by a serious chef-consultant could make a big difference in the quality and presentation which today is mediocre at best. I wish the owners well, and hope they are reading this.
Posted by Lily on 10/08/2012
Love eating here! Great authentic food and a cozy restaurant
Posted by Kate on 06/09/2012
I ordered 2 of the chicken tacos and one beans and cheese taco. I ordered from Seamless, and the food came fairly quickly, in about 25 minutes. The chicken tacos were pretty good, the meat had good flavor although it was a little dry. However, I was extremely disappointed at the so-called "beans and cheese" taco. There was a lot of cheese, but the beans were virtually nonexistent. If I wanted a quesadilla I would have ordered one! Overall, ok if you're in a crunch, but I've definitely had better. N.B. I ordered online, so I just rated value, atmosphere and service all 3 stars.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/12/2012
Love their guacamole, and salsa, and pretty much everything I have ever gotten here. Staff is super polite and helpful and if I could afford to, I'd eat here multiple times a week.
Posted by melissa on 10/07/2011
I wanted somewhere along my way to 6th and Mexican food so this seemed like a good place to try, but the service was poor. There was no one in the front to greet me or a sign telling me to seat my self, so I waited but no one came and I just sat down. The lady was super rude and seemed annoyed by my pressence. There were these two older gentlemen eating there and there was an blatant diffence on how we were treated. She offerend them water with their meal and spicy salsa (which by the way isn't salsa just this chiptole sauce in a plastic unmarked bottle), but I didn't get offered either. I should point out that I am a young college student so I don't know maybe she assumed I didn't matter. I was trying to work on my school work while eating when she abruptly asked me if I was done as if she needed the table but there were tons of tables available. I asked for my check since I felt thats what she wanted me to say and brought out my card, but said I couldn't use it with the lunch menu even though I had gotten a side dish and a drink AND it didn't mention this on the menu! I didn't have any cash so she informed me there was a bank at the end of the block. Needless to say a convient lunch stop turned into annoying ordeal. The food is average but not worth dealing with that service.