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Posted by Downtown Diner on 07/04/2008
Hey, I'm from L.A., so I'm hard to please when it comes to Tex-Mex! And I like the Little Place. You have to know what to order stick to the mole or the shrimp or the enchiladas. You'll get good cheap Mexican in a diner atmosphere. It's a pleasant place to read the paper, down a few beers, and stuff yourself.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/30/2008
I can honestly say, I have had better frozen Mexican meals then the sad piece of food that the people at The Bigger Place call a steak quesadilla (and charge $10 for). The steak tasted like something that had been defrosted and cooked in a microwave, with an extremely rubbery texture, and absolutely zero flavor. The rice itself was bland as well.
Posted by MattB on 06/26/2008
no wow. new to area. gave them 3 chances to wow me and, eh ~... the mole was good but the chicken stringy and low quality.. the shrimp taco decent, but no fish taco. and the tacos are bland. i like them like a street vendor with a bit of lime and cilantro. the "steak" was bad, at least on the tostado, but then again, its a tostado. transplant from UES where you can order anywhere and get a decent plate. at least they got the corona right. quick service though. delivery is good. but no wow.
Posted by El Comedor on 03/11/2008
I absolutely love this place. The food is phenomenal. The most surprising part is...go for brunch! The omelettes are perfect, with a slight mexican touch (I recommend the Tex-Mex Omelette). My absolute favorite, however, is the french toast. I almost can't order anything else since I first tried it. In addition, try a Jarrito while you're there.
Posted by Armando on 06/05/2007
I've looked for an authentic Mexican Restaurant, and finally I found this place... The taste of the food is truly Mexican, the mole excellent, but the best are the tamales, pretty cheap and reasonable price (2.50 each). 10 average per person, some people claim that is little pricey, but hello!! this is NY!!!
Posted by Estaban on 05/27/2006
This is what I like in a Mexican restaurant. I lived in New Mexico for a few years and found that family run places like this are the real deal. It's a bit pricey, but it's Tribeca and for around here it's a bargain. The food is good, not drop dead great, but for $10 for dinner it's good value. I like the guys that run it. They are friendly and try hard.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/20/2005
Let's not get carried away indeed. Everything about this place screams of your regular Mexican restaurant: the standard food, the cheesy decor, the plastic-sheets on table tops, the casual service. However, portions are rather small and expensive: it's the kind of restaurant that looks and tastes like you'd be spending less than $10 on lunch, but it's more like $25.