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Hours

Regular Hours

Payment method
all major credit cards
Price Range
$$
Neighborhood
Northwest Dallas
Categories
Mexican Restaurants, Latin American Restaurants, Mexican & Latin American Grocery Stores, Family Style Restaurants, Caterers, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Private

Wi-Fi: Free

Bike Parking: No

Attire: Casual

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Cuisines: Caterers, Family Style, Mexican, Latin American

Alcohol: Full Bar

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Specialties: Family Events

Price Range : Average

Pets Allowed: No

Good For Groups: Yes

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hello04

12/02/2010

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
LOVE IT

I love OJEDAS!! I have been eating there for years, and I always get there enchiladas :] The staff is great and service is nice and quick. I always get my food right away while it's still hot. I love this family restaurant and you will too!!

ceverett1961

03/05/2010

Overall
Our favorite Mexican food restaurant in Dallas

My picky family of 5 loves this place - all of them and that's a miracle within itself. We've been going there for years and they have always provided great food and customer service. They also have very fast service. I would highly recommend this restaurant.

youngcoh

01/28/2009

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Overall
They've lost their focus

I've been here a number of times over several years, and with each succeeding visit my experience has diminished. First the margaritas: there's barely a hint of tequila in the house rita, and the so-called large for seven bucks is only about 14oz. Upon questioning, the waiter of course tries to sell the Gold variety for several dollars more. How about just putting some tequila in the drink to begin with?

Chile Relleno? Ws breaded with crumbs and prepared ahead of time rather than coated in the traditional egg batter and fried upon order. And they used an Anaheim instead of a Poblano. All in all a poor attempt at a relleno. I do better at home.

Maybe this passes muster with some locals, but Ojeda's either needs to get their stuff together and return to what built their (now over-rated) reputation or be prepared to fold their tent.

Bartwister1

12/18/2008

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Overall
THE BEST MEXICAN FOOD IN TEXAS.

I HAVE BEEN EATING HERE FOR 30 YEARS.IT IS A FAMILY OWNED AND VERY PROFESSIONAL.THE FOOD YOU GET IS OUT OF THIS WORLD.THE MARGARITAS ARE TERRFIC.I HIGHLY RECOMMEND YOU
TO TRY IT.WHEN I MEET SOMONE OR FAMILY COMES DOWN THIS IS WHERE I TAKE THEM TOO.YOU
WILL NOT REGRET YOUR CHOICE.

sanfransucka

06/28/2008

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
There is better......

I do not understand the great reviews. We went here based on the positive feedback on this site, but I am convinced that each was posted by an employee or friend. Food is very (very) bland and was not prepared fresh. It took two minutes at most to get the food on the table after ordering, which means it was sitting in back under a warmer or something. I like local joints, and I like cheap, but I do not like or recommend Ojeda's simply based on taste.

hpereira

05/11/2008

Overall
It was ok....

I am originally from South Texas where 99% of all Tex-Mex restaurants MAKE HOMEMADE STYLE FLOUR TORTILLAS. The food was ok and the tortillas are just like the ones you buy at WAL-MART in the prepackaged rubber tasting kind. I have not been back since as you can not enjoy the food without the homemade flour tortillas. Don't call yourself authentic if you use prepackaged tortillas. I did have the fajitas and they were good, not too bad.

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