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Posted by The Truth on 03/01/2008
As crazy as it sounds, Salsa Face has spoken the truth...I mean, who calls themselves Salsa Face? Only a true American Hero, that's who.
Posted by Salsa Face on 02/28/2008
I was looking for meaning, for a purpose. Then I had a moment of clarity when I first tasted Taco Chulo's green salsa, everything came clear. I realized that I was put on this planet to eat this green salsa. Thankfully, the delightful staff and lovely atmosphere make it easy for me to fulfill my destiny. It also helps that there are delicious burritos (get the rajas). The Mexican fondue is also off the charts. Taco Chulo, I love you.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/20/2007
I don't think that enough people know about Taco Chulo brunch - it is my favorite in Williamsburg. Really amazing choices ranging from classic Mexican like Huevos Ranchers and breakfast tacos to salmon platters and pancakes. Great coffee, and two for one Mimosas. A lot of my friends now agree that this is the best brunch in town. The best part - there is never a wait because no one thinks of going there for brunch. Maybe now they will...
Posted by ilikeitdontyou on 10/20/2007
I've been going to this place/ordering from them for a while, and i have to say that this place is fantastic. Really amazing food -- just fresh and delicious ingredients, cooked just right. I'm also super impressed with the kind/prompt/honest service. I'm just not used to that in hipsterville.
Posted by BurgBoys on 09/16/2007
Just arrived home from Chulo after checking it out on here first. We were both pleased with the flavors and the general atmosphere (it has a cool curvy wall). The Nachos were quite stellar - and they have great Limeade and Arnold Palmers. We're going again - hope to see you there.
Posted by Sugar Daddy on 08/29/2007
First things first. I don't like Mexican food. Not a bit. But I was with a large group of people for dinner and majority ruled. Service was excellent. There were 12 of us. The host and wait staff weren't bothered by the unexpected huge crowd and quickly re-arranged a lot of tables to accomodate us. The servers were prompt, attentive, very friendly and out-going. Drinks, chips and dinners came lightning fast after being ordered. The bill, which included tip because of the large group, was less than $200 for 12 people, including alcohol. The food... Portions are enormous. And, for someone who doesn't like Mexican food, it wasn't bad. The salsa was actually excellent. The pork was fine, although it could have been a little warmer. Everything else was OK for me. However, by friends raved about how good it was and how they all would go back. So, it sounds like it's worth another visit. For them.
Posted by ferdydurke on 08/18/2007
Taco chulo is great for tex-mex and mexican-american food. It might not be the most "traditional" place around, but the tacos and burritos are tasty and made with good stuff, and the guacamole is generally terrific. My favorite is the "hot blonde" -- refried beans, rajas, jalapenos, cheese. (I do go there frequently, and, admittedly, sometimes there are off nights when the guacamole is a bit bland and the burritos are also a little underspiced.) Sometimes the service is a little spacey, but sometimes the waitress (or waiter) is attentive and friendly. Despite its inconsistencies, this is one of my favorite places to go in the neighborhood. I know other people have different opinions, but I just thought I'd add my voice to the melee. For what it's worth, I definitely prefer it to Bonita, which tends to bore me (I'm a vegetarian, so it could just be the few vegetarian options on the menu there), and the wait is generally a lot shorter.