I happened to see a bus stop sign for this restaurant, advertising Sunday Brunch, and thought why not. It's rare that you visit an unknown (we live in San Diego) restaurant and leave completely satisfied. Our waiter Rubens (yes, with an s), was extremely hospitable. He made us feel as though he was inviting us into his home...mi casa es su casa! He went above and beyond to make sure we were well taken care of. We did not order from the menu. Instead, we all opted for the Sunday brunch. A wide selection of salads, mexican breakfast items, different meats for making your own tacos or tostadas, an omelet bar, and of course desserts...all that we tried were excellent! They even had agua chiles! I ate so much, I felt like I had to be rolled out of there! Unfortunately this restaurant is out of our area. But, next time we're in Valencia, we'll be sure to eat there.
27055 McBean PkwyValencia, CA 91355
From Business: The first restaurant was opened in 1983 in San Diego by Ralph Rubio and his father, Ray, who started the fish taco phenomenon that spread across the nation. Today, …
23449 Lyons AveValencia, CA 91355
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I was pleasantly surprised to discover the unique choices the menu offered. We decided rather impromptu to try Margaritas, what a great decision. We truly enjoyed all our meals including our 13 year old. I consider myself a salsa aficionado and Margaritas does not disappoint. Wonderful salsa and a special salsa bar offering specialty salsas that kick it up a notch. Great tasting cocktails too.
Food is really good Atmosphere is great But the service wasn't The cashier in turn forgot our drinks, forks napkins As we came in first than other two people an our food was the last been served 09/03/2016