18101 Preston Rd, Dallas, TX 75252
(972) 732-8226Add Hours
Good For Family: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Cuisines: Family Style, Mexican, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch, Latin American, Healthy, Seafood, Vegetarian
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Below Average
Good for Kids: Yes
12/22/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Went there on my lunch break with a coworker. The service was quick, chips and salsa to die for that landed on our table just as we were landing on our chairs!! Eric, ordered from the lunch special menu whihc has like 9 or 10 different dishes all at $7.49 I beileve and that included the drink. I wanted to try their Baja Burger, which I was surprised to see a Mexican restaurant with Burgers, sandwiches and wraps but then I found out that they are more of a hybrid between California style Mex-Mex with some American flair twist. The food came out within 12 minutes or so and was very very good and the portions are very filling...I would highly recommend this place.
Went there with a group of friends that recommended the place, I had no idea what to expect but I will very pleasantly surprised. The food was very unique, California style Mexican food with lots of varieties of items and sea food dishes, they had big screens which made it easy to watch even from the patio. I also liked their Mojitoes, they were very potent and freshly made, and you could tell, and were very reasonably priced. I will certainly go back, I recommend you try it too.
04/08/2008Provided by Citysearch -
am a tres leches freak. I have been to many Mexcican, Latin Cuban and south american restaurants and I always try the tres leches in fact one place calls theirs quatro as in ""4"" leches yet it lacks the moisture that distingueshes this heavenly cake. At Berryhill cocina I found my fix, I had it for the first timelast week and it just evaporated in my mouth it was amazing, my fiancee and I shared a large piece and it was only $3 or so. It was a real treat that I had to tell about. I heard that they make it in chocolate too, i will have to go back to taste that one.
03/27/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I was told about this place a few months ago by a coworker, I was not crazy about tryin it coz the name sounded stu... Berryhill or Berry Hill I didn't know it was a name?? anyhow, I went there on a Thursday night, my friend wanted their $8.99 fajita platter and I decided to try their fish and shrimp tacos. Seriously, they were the best freakin' seafood tacos that I have ever had especially for under $10 thats inexpensive, but there was nothing cheap about the quality. The grilled fish had some pico and lettuce and a great sauce that went with it. The grilled shrimp taco also had an awesome sweet tartar sauce like, and some pico, red cabbage and cilantro "" SO-CAL"" baby, I felt like grabbing my surfboard at that place, they had real wooden surfboards hanging and surfboard tables..I was really impressed by this little yet cool place, I am going going back to back to CALI CALI, I meant BERRY BERRY ""BERRYHILL"" U GOTTA TRY IT.
01/23/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I love this place. This is a really nice place for a weekend dinner with friends and family. I am a vegetarian and they have many options for me to chose from. Their bean tamales are amazing as well as the secret sauce! Ask for a ""real"" margarita and you will get a nice tasty margarita made with limes and not the gross bottled stuff. This is a great place....you must try it.
01/03/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I attended their New Year?s Party with my husband this past Monday and I truly had a good time. The place was decorated in festive colors, they had all you can eat buffet, a live band and a DJ, and of course they offered free drink at midnight. I also participated in one of the games and actually one a COOL prize.
I already marked my calendar for their party next year..
08/21/2007Provided by Citysearch -
On a whim one night my boyfriend and I decided to try BerryHill. We were not disappointed. We both ordered the grilled fish tacos which came with a choice of black beans(we chose these) or charro beans and spanish rice. The tacos were not overly sauced and you could actually taste the fish. On a second visit I tried a pork taco and was greatly surprised by the taste and texture. The waitstaff both times were friendly and attentive. I recommend taking a visit to this tasty little find.
07/28/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Went there with a few girlfriends for some drinks. I had been there once years ago and was really shocked of how cool the place looks now with surf boards hanging from the cieling and others as bar tables. We obviously wanted to go surfin' ;) We only had chips and really good hot salsa (FREE...gerrrrr, I like that) and some queso (NOT FREE..., but I liked that too) the music and atmosphere was right on and we found out that they have a happy hour that starts at 9 or 10 and we had some really good mohitos (they might be spelled Mojitos) anyways, we had some really good drinks margaritas and what not for really reasonble prices. I was ticked off cauz I didn't get to stay for Karaoky, but oh well I'll go back next saturday. Oh they had this great girl that was singing her name started with the letter T. Thanks for great time Berry Hill.
06/07/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I was really skeptical of going to the place especially reading the name. It didn't tell anything about it except for it is followed by Baja grill so I figured that it was gonna be healthy food concious and fresh?? but that was it. So I go in for late lunch, I have to admit it reminded of a place I used to frequent in La jolla, Cali. the music was just right, palm trees arround, reagge playing and the general surroundings were just comfy. Sat down, and got chips and salsa (were both very good and hot). They had a special on fajitas that day I guess, coz it was only 7.99. It was alot of food, tasty and fresh. not greasy like other mexican restaurants i'been to. will be back for sure.