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Posted by anonymous on 10/27/2012
The food is good not great, but the price makes it worth it. The delivery is always fast, but the delivery people are absolutely awful! Never ate at the restaurant myself so hopefully the wait staff is better. All in all I keep coming back because of the food and price, but don't expect amazing authentic mexican cuisine. Low expectations = good food
Posted by Anonymous on 10/12/2012
The food is good; especially for the price. Cheap but good!
Posted by polly on 09/27/2011
the tortillas are great. The steak soft tacos are fantastic. They could be more generous with the vegetables on the fajita soft tacos. I like a lot of vegetables.
Posted by BoogieNYC on 06/12/2011
...that Asians make the best Mexican food on the Upper East Side? This isn't fussy, pretentious Mexican fare; but if you've hit the Mission in SFO, you know good Mexican food, and this is (almost) it. The guacamole aside, this is great Mexican food and the pound of tortillas (a nod to the original name of the establishment, aka Fresh Tortillas) is amazing. Great food, great prices, great delivery. About the only issue is that you need to know what you want by number because it's easy to get confused. Never been to the place in person, so my commentary on the atmosphere is strictly related to the order process, which isn't perfect, but the end result nearly is. Finally, the chips/salsa is great but get a paper towel ready for the chips because they're fresh out of the fryer (oil and a bit of sea salt). Hot damn it's good eats!
Posted by Smiley on 04/25/2011
I love it for what it is, fast, yummy, cheap. Need to get my fix at least once a month.
Posted by 305UES on 04/11/2011
Even though the delivery got here pretty fast, the food was very greasy and low quality meat. My bf and I ordered the steak fajita, the chorizo "that is not chorizo" quesadilla, and the imitation of ground beef burrito. Honestly, not worth your penny... even if you are on a budget- you are better off with a slice of pizza or going to Papaya King for that matter. The Chinese staff and cook in this place were definitely not trained by Mexicans. This joint doesn't hold truthful to great Mexican cuisine. Hope this review helps :)
Posted by Alan on 12/02/2010
There really isn't much genuinely cheap food on the UES, so this place is a very welcome addition for people like myself who are on a limited budget. This is the closest thing to what you'd experience going to the mission district in SF for cheap, voluminous mexican food. It would be moot if the food was inedible or poor, but it isn't - it's great as far as cheaper eats go, and this makes it a total rarity on the upper east side where you'll typically only find upscale and expensive (and often not very good) mexican food for yuppies.