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Posted by Anonymous on 11/09/2006
I've been eating burritos the past couple of weeks ever since i got back from san francisco where i was introduced and this place is the best next to SF. they actually put everything in the burrito. its big has everything you need. took my order right, oh did i mentioned they use two tortillas to wrap it ? .... yeap its great ! doesnt fall apart on you, simply wonderful. the only complaint i had was it wasnt as cheap as the other places. but its worth it. place is nice and clean. a must try if your in the area.
Posted by Hammer on 09/17/2006
7 year vet. It's bland plain. You have to know how to order and top your piece to get best tase. USE THE SAUCES!
Posted by ballulah on 07/26/2006
I eat here at least once or twice a week. The food is unbelievably cheap (as a real Mexican tacqueria should be) and delicious. It may not be 100% authentic, but all of their innovations on tradition are delicious and inventive...and honestly it is mostly traditional food. Everything I've had is very good: the masa in the tamales is tender and moist and tasty, the tacos are great across the board, try the chile colorado or the barbacoa. I go back again and again for the fish tacos, it may not be traditional to make fish tacos from salmon, but they are really good! The other day I had a tostada with refried beans that was excellent. They don't make the gloppy over processed beans that a lot of Mexican places call "refried," these were honest to goodness beans. The wait is never long and all the guys who work here are super friendly. Oh! There is rotisserie chicken that looks and smells unbelievable...but I have yet to try it, I'll get back to you on this one. And don't ignore the weird Mexican drinks that they make that are back by the cash registers...I had a yummy horchata (sp?) at the recommendation of the guys there. It's made with almonds, milk, cinnamon and spices. AND don't forget the salsa bar that's kind of hidden, there are four or five different homemade salsas, all fantastic. The food is good without the "fixin's" but it's better with. I say again, the best cheap lunch in the area.
Posted by King_Linus on 05/23/2006
moe was not singing or dancing .. i was kinda disapointed .... also : the million dollar birthday fry's were a tad weak ... 83,000 tops ... but besides all that .. i like unkie moes .. but the ice made my teefs hertie!! very good .. food !!
Posted by Native Arizonan on 01/05/2006
Uncle Moe's barbacoa tacos are great. I get the whole meal with rice and beans because they have the most Mexico-like rice and beans I've tasted in Manhattan. They don't have the weird taste some other places have. Being born and raised in Arizona and having lived in Mexico for a semester, I can attest that this mexican food is good and the best I've found yet in Manhattan from a non-restaurant.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/08/2005
Having lived in California for more than twenty years and eaten burritos in San Francisco, L.A., and San Diego (Roberto's--by far the best burrito I've ever tasted), Uncle Moe's was a disappointment. The California burrito I had was heavy on lettuce, sour cream, and guacamole, but scarce on the good stuff. Two tortillas kept the burrito from exploding, but only added to the fluff. It wasn't worth the almost $8, although some of the other dishes looked pretty good.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/23/2005
Uncle Moe's was a disappointment. My friend and I placed a very simple order and it was almost entirely wrong. In addition the food was cold, the nachos and tortillas were stale and my taco shell was soggy. I couldn't even finish the food that we did receive and I wouldn't order from there again.