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Posted by Anonymous on 11/19/2006
With all of the great reviews posted, I was expecting to find a hidden treasure in the UES. This was far from what I actually experienced. The food was not expensive, but it was still difficult to say I got my money's worth. The nachos which recieved such stellar reviews were just okay. They can best be described as decent chips smothered with a cheese one step above cheez wiz. I then ordered a combo of enchiladas. Also decent, but hardly worth raving about. The service was also very slow and I was constantly searching for someone to refill a drink. Overall, the entire experience was not terrible, but certainly not a place to which I would return.
Posted by Buddy Lee on 10/17/2006
The best nachos I ever had. They use marinated chicken breast with caramelized onions and flavorful cheddar cheese on top of freshly deep fried torrtillas. I order it at least once a week!
Posted by Secret Eater on 09/02/2006
The food here is great, the tacos locos are excellent and the appetizers are wonderful. As a mexican transplant from San Diego I was pleased to find a place to eat real Mexican food. I go to this place every once in awhile and it never disappoints.
Posted by TacoXpert on 08/19/2006
I phoned a takeout order on a Saturday night at 8:15. Among the things I ordered, I was told that they had run out of seasoned potato wedges. Hmmm, that means this must be a popular place if they're already sold out of something so early. Upon arriving 15 minutes later, my heart sank when I saw one friendless-looking diner in the whole restaurant while nextdoor both a Peruvian chicken and an empanada place were overflowing. Tempted to just walk on by, I went in anyway and paid for the food. At home, my girlfriend and I started eating. The pork taco locos had no discernible flavor even when doused with lime juice. Only when we smothered them in some chutney-like condiment did they taste like anything. The chorizo tacos had raw onion in it, so it at least tasted like that until some slow-acting hot sauce gradually made its presence felt, and didn't stop until it was searing our taste buds to burnt-out cinders. Just ridiculous. And I like hot food. But there has to be more than pure heat.
Posted by 1st Ave Neighbor on 03/24/2006
Really great food - I go there a few times a month. The staff is very friendly - and tends to remember you, even if you've only been there once before. They give you a great meal, for a good price in a cozy atmosphere. I highly recommend this place!
Posted by Anonymous on 01/10/2006
I recently descoverd Sabor A Mexico just walking by. I grabbed a menu and ordered that night. Excellent food. The best Mexican in the neighborhood!
Posted by saboramexicofan000099666 on 12/06/2005
I think this Is The Best Mexican food place in the area or New York City alone. I've been eating there since it's been open. The resturant owner is a nice guy. I think that he cooks really well. The thing that sets this resturant apart from others is the fact that the food tastes good. Like the burritos fajitas and more.