26/2017BEST FUCKING PLACE EVERRR!!! I HAVE BEEN A COSTUMER 16 years now ! Warm handmade tortillas the best Menudo the enchilada sauce is CRAZY FIRE I recommend enchiladas Verdes pollo and litterally anythinh you pick you WILL NOT GO WRONG EVERUTHING IS THE BOMB and the lady is very nice. They serve chips and salsa to begin ! Everything is made out of scratch BEST REALLL AUTHENTIC FOOD IN PORTLAND HANDS DOWN !! Im stopping by tomorrow probably going with their Champurrado ( mexican hot chocolate ) & Tamales with melted enchilada sauce and chesse and warm rice beans I cant wait! 😊😉 RECOMMEND#100000000000000000000
7132 SW Hazelfern RdPortland, OR 97224
From Business: QDOBA Mexican Eats is a Mexican restaurant chain serving up big, bold flavor with customizable Mexican entrées like Burritos (wrapped or bowl), 3-Cheese Nachos, Q…
BEST FUCKING PLACE EVERRR!!! I HAVE BEEN A COSTUMER 16 years now ! Warm handmade tortillas the best Menudo the enchilada sauce is CRAZY FIRE I recommend enchiladas Verdes pollo and litterally anythinh you pick you WILL NOT GO WRONG EVERUTHING IS THE BOMB and the lady is very nice. They serve chips and salsa to begin ! Everything is made out of scratch BEST REALLL AUTHENTIC FOOD IN PORTLAND HANDS DOWN !! Im stopping by tomorrow probably going with their Champurrado ( mexican hot chocolate ) & Tamales with melted enchilada sauce and chesse and warm rice beans I cant wait! 😊😉 RECOMMEND#1000000000000000000000
this place isn't customer friendly, they have a staff you will want to punch in the face, please dont do that tho. you will get arrested. just dont go here.
The outside of the restaurant had peeling paint. When you walk in all I see is a barrage of chrome metal stools. But a good sized dance floor. The waitress didn't appear to know what she was doing. We had to ask for water, menu etc. the food didn't take very long but all of it was terrible. The beans were salty and had no resemblance to the flavor of beans. My tamale was (I assume it was) two pieces of dry chicken with something covering it. The rice resembled rice but had no taste of Mexican rice. The relleno was the only saving grace. It was good. But how can you go wrong with a fresh relleno pepper stuffed with cheese and a red sauce on top? There wasn't anyone there when we got there but it started filling up when we started to leave. They were Hispanic. Which makes me wonder what kind of food they get served. Because they seemed like repeat customers. Especially in the middle of the week. No one goes back to a restaurant that serves terrible food.
Great place close to my job I eat there quite a bit. The staff are super friendly and helpful and the food is great and very affordable
This is for the SE 181st & E Burnside Don Pedro only. I heard so many good things about the SE 188th Location that I had to try the new location and I was not dissapointed. I came in the afternoon and ordered a Breakfast Burrito which was so good it put me in hoggie heaven. Second time went back for the Taco Salad with chorizo, yum, yum. 3rd time I a Chorizo Taco again yummy. 4th time is where it goes wrong: Two weeks later new cooks. Taco Salad with steak. But what is that?? The shell was only half the size as the first time filled halfway with a mealy substance and the few minute bits of steak tasted sweet (going bad). Yesterday ordered Chorizo Burrito. No Chorizo, Rice just the disgusting bean paste drowning in Tamale sauce (Tamale sauce in a Burrito? What? Will I go back to this location again? Never even through it is only 2 blocks away but I will visit the 188th location hoping to get good food. PS Don Pedro is expensive the only cheap thing is the $4.99 Burrito.
I have traveled throughout Mexico and have done a fair amount of complicated Mexican cooking. LA Bamba is very good. Don't order the regular strip-mall stuff like tacos. Go for the shrimp dishes (like the very good Camerones Veracruzanos) or a mole (like the Mole Negro con Pollo that I had recently). The staff is super nice, and the decor is good. If the restaurant was in a more trendy area it would be really week known. I highly recommend it. (I wonder about the negative post about a location that was on Sandy Blvd. Did the reviewer get mixed up about the name of that restaurant? I never saw a La Bamba on Sandy. In any case, my review is about a restaurant on SE Powell, and it has been very good for years.)
Great neighborhood place, service is solid and have never had a dish that disappointed. Lime Chicken Enchiladas are pretty much perfect.
Wow! Hands down the best customer service I've seen in Portland. The owner has hired and trained to be the best.His customer service is outstanding. Fast service, great food and a very nice environment.
Real solid Mexican food. Had a couple of pretty tasty tacos al pastor and shared a couple of tamales with a friend. Two of their margarita’s made me happy that we walked to dinner instead of driving. Great ambiance and people watching. The evening we went was very lively.