I'm from a small town so honestly I expected to get food people made with some pride?My "salad" was dumped on top of the main course which was greasy and watery and really didn't have any flavor. I'm in a hotel so I put in the directions to deliver to my room so I could continue to get work done. The delivery guy didn't even get out of his car. And ugh, well just look at the picture. That is how it was handed to me through his passenger window. The Sprite was covered in grease.
This is the best chain Mexican food anywhere. And some of the best food anywhere.
We have been going here almost since it opened. The service has always been good. The hot sauce is sometimes a little too hot but it is the best and its addictive. My whole family will hardly go anywhere else. My husband and I both have gotten the beef fajitas and ours have always been tender.
No Frills is exactly what this place is, but that doesn't mean it's bad. This family friendly restaurant is a good choice whether you are looking for a light snack or heavy meal. They have a variety of appetizers, burgers, salads, nachos, tacos, quesadillas, hot dogs, sandwiches, and other mea…
I love this place! It's not so pretty in the inside but the food is good and cheap. I love to get the gordita de carnitas and sope de carnitas and to drink agua de horchata. I hear the tacos are good too but I always stick to this. Best street food Mexican restaurant in Arlington tbh.
We have eaten here a few times. The food is excellent!!! Go at lunch when there is no music! The weekend performers are HORRIBLE! It's always this old guy (no offense) but he sings music from the 40's and 50's. We took our younger children and they were absolutely miserable. They don't have…
18. Taco Casa
Taco Casa? more like Taco Caca, couldn't tell if my burrito had beans or crap on it, the lettuce smelled like dish water, the tortillas were dry, the meat tasted like horse and it gave me the runs, this restaurant sucks!!
300 W 1st St Ste 160Arlington, TX 76019
From Business: Moe's Southwest Grill in Arlington,TX provides fresh, hand-made, customizable Southwestern food in a welcoming environment that rocks! While we are best known for our awesome burritos, our menu also features kids', vegetarian and low-calorie options - all served with free chips and salsa.
22. Torchy's Tacos
1805 N Collins St Suite 151Arlington, TX 76011
From Business: Torchy's Tacos started in 2006 with a mobile trailer, a little red Vespa, and a man with a passion for good food. The founder, Mike Rypka, left an executive chef position to chase his dreams by investing everything he had into Torchy's Tacos. With a new, experimental menu ready to serve but no mouths to feed, Rypka jumped …
Food is ok. Had a very Accommodating server Shandra She was super friendly and very efficient. However management is horrible had a young guy in glasses yelling at employees right in front of the customers. And when I asked for his name he walked off.I've had better experiences elsewhere
Family with kids that ran and screamed and waitress that ignored us.
I gave one star for food because after the incident we had at this location we didn't stay to eat. I love Mercado Juarez, best hot sauce ever but I would recommend the fort worth location. Unless you want service like your at Dicks last resort!
I went here chasing a dream of my past. Pancho's used to be amazing, and the only thing amazing about my visit yesterday was the service. Keith was awesome! The kindest, sweetest server you could ask for. The food tasted cheap, and all the sauces tasted like they came out of a can. The only thing that tasted like I remembered was the sopapillas, but you should bring your own honey to dip them in. Very disappointing.
yo fue a comer a pollo cmapero el servicio para mi fue excepcional los empleados muy amables no se porque e estado leyendo muchos malos comentarios sobre el pollo yo trabaje en in restaurant y se como es la mala atencion y todo lo que dicen nada que ver a mi me dieron la comida rapida fresca y todo estuvo rico yo definitivamente volvere a comer en el restaurante
There was maybe 10-12 people in the restaurant and there was 6 of 15 tables inside covered with food trash. The salsa bar was old with terrible looking cilantro in it. The people working there were terribly slow and not customer friendly. They didn't listen to the order very well at all and repeated wrong things back to me or asked me which sauce when I had already declared it twice. Took more than 10 minutes to get a to go order to us. Over all the owner should be upset with this store and the manager and supervisors need to be fired.
This Mexican food restaurant has a large, extensive menu with plenty of options to choose from. They do serve alcohol, so you can enjoy a glass of sangria or a margarita while dining. They have patio seating for those who like to enjoy outdoor dining. This is a family friendly restaurant and the service was great. The one negative is the high noise level inside the restaurant, and it is probably different during slower times. We were there on a busy Friday evening. The food is great and we would definitely recommend this place.
Always great food and great service!!! Had dinner there last Tuesday and had a wonderful waiter who took great care of me and my family.
It was okay. The menu was in Spanish, the tea tasted like coffee, I never got a lemon for my tea. There were 2 of us in our party and our plates came out about 5 minutes apart from each other. The food, once we got it was hot but