Very crowded, thought the food must be good to have such a crowd. Wrong.. I ordered the seafood enchiladas, two small enchiladas filled with black beans and corn, three small salad shrimp, and two small pieces of imitation crab meat. It was more of a vegetarian enchilada than seafood. The Chile Verde ordered by my son wasn't any better. The meat was tender, but no Verde sauce, the watery sauce with tomatoes and what appeared to be canned diced Ortega chiles, lacked flavor, and any resemblance or taste of Chile Verde. The chicken fajitas ordered by my wife was so so. The chicken appeared to be precooked then added to the pepper and onions on the plate, the seasoning of the meat didn't have the flavors of the veggies. Makes me wonder why the big crowds. Birdseye makes more authentic Mexican food.
1835 Newport Blvd Ste D158Costa Mesa, CA 92627
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…
Great Mexican food at great prices. Went there with a large group of people . Everyone was taken care of in a timely fashion. Huge by large amounts of good food.
Great Mexican meals, there are so many to choose from and they have a great menu too, too many drinks to choose from in my opinion but I can’t really argue about the options in here.
Try the BREAKFAST BURRITO! The manager recommended it to us and we were blown away. Tell them to add guacamole and holy cow....don't miss taco tuesdays and now fridays ;)