Guadalajara Mexican Restaurant
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- There is something about authentic Mexican cuisine that gets the taste buds going and lets the appetite run wild. Guadalajara Mexican Restaurant offers diners warm hospitality and mouth-watering cuisine that will not easily be forgotten. Bring your family and friends, pull up a chair, indulge in a tasty margarita and catch up after a long week at the office. No matter what the occasion calls for or your appetite demands, the friendly staff at Guadalajara Mexican Restaurant won't let you leave without a smile on your face. The menu features classic favorites and modern adaptations to a culinary tradition that has made Mexico a favorite culinary destination for years.
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- master card, visa, all major credit cards
- Mariner Mall
- Mexican Restaurants, Restaurants
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Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Mexican, Latin American
Alcohol: Cocktails, Full Bar
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Specialties: American Restaurant, American, American Food
Price Range : Average
I've been to several mexican restaurants in 3 countries and also within different states in the USA. This place by far has had the lousiest food. There is no flavor unless you smear the food with salsa. I ordered chilaquiles in spanish, and the waitress explained to me that they weren't prepared the way they're done in Mexico. I then decided to order chicken tacos which had absolutely no flavor at all. My husband wasn't impressed with his combo either. If you want authentic, stay clear or you will be disappointed.
First I would like to clarify this is not a review. This is a warning. I want to get a few things off my chest before leaving this job because if all the morally wrong things that happen here. I currently work here, and I would like to remain anonymous. First of all the reason why I’m leaving this job soon is because all of the abuse that Juan and his wife brings to the waiters, and waitresses here. I am not exaggerating when I tell you we literally get spatulas and other cooking items thrown at us for small mistakes or just because Juan isn’t happy. And he also forces his two sons a 14 year old and a 15 year old to work there Mon-Fri from the time they get out of school until they close. And from 9am to 11pm on Saturdays and Sundays. I am forced not to say anything every time I find Leonardo or Enrique crying in the kitchen because their dad is making them cook. I need this job so I am forced to bite my tongue. The kitchen is in a filthy condition most of the day and inside the cooler there’s a lot of cross contamination happening. For example a few weeks ago I found that they had a bag of raw chicken bleeding into a box of fresh lemons. He went on to force us to use them with the threat that he will fire us if we don’t. So what I did is I went to my local Super 1 and smuggled lemons in and cut them fresh whenever one of my tables ordered them. If you are skeptical of everything I’m saying just go there. Pay attention to the window. Do you see professional chefs or do you see two depressed teenagers being forced to work. Please someone out there call someone to get this restaurant checked out, I cannot do it because I desperately need the money but me making money isn’t worth your health. If someone checks this restaurant out and it gets shut down so be it. At least I will be broke with a very healthy continence. Thank you for reading and for all my old customers that I won’t get to say bye to goodbye. It was a pleasure being your waiter/ waitress.
This restaurant is on the back side of the mall, almost didn't find it. I had a burrito special, $5.99'
, very good, lots of food, I ate half and was full. Chips n salsa served first. Hubby had taco n burrito combo, which came wrong first, but they fixed right away. Our friends both got a beef " sandwich" that they loved. Medium margarita...perfect. Will dine here again when in town, and will recommend.
01/05/2009Provided by Citysearch -
This food is not authentic, or even close to it. My chiles rellenos was half a chile pepper topped with ground beef and then drowned in nacho chees sauce. Not even close to authentic. The enchilada sauce tastes like it came from a can, and nothing had any flavor to it! Typical, or even worse than typical Americanized Mexican food. The staff was nice, but not very good. I asked for corn tortillas, got flour, asked for cream for coffee, it took 10 minutes, asked for ranch dressing, and the server literally set a huge bottle of it on my table, didn't put it in a ramiken or anything. Asked for separate bills before we ordered, bill came together. Asked for fresh jalepenos and the server brough be the canned kind and told me they don't have fresh (obviously I would have paid for them) What kind of Mexican place doesn't have fresh jalepenos!?
Good for tacos or something, but don't expect out of this world food, or for it to taste anything like real Mexican food.
01/25/2005Provided by Citysearch -
This is the best Mexican place to eat in the Duluth/Superior area. They are fast, cheap, and authentic. The food is top notch, food is made much the way that it is made in Mexico.
The staff is also very authentic. They are very fluent in Spanish and English. Extremely nice and accomidating. The Guad (as I lovingly call it) is simply the best place to eat in Superior/Duluth if you are craving great mexican food.