This review is for the Panchos on Granbury Rd at their new location. I've eaten at Panchos in several states (for over 35 years) and have always enjoyed their food and service. Today, however, was a bit of a let down. The food was as good as always, but the service let a lot to be desired. There was only 1 server and should have been more than sufficient for the 3 tables she had. After being seated, she checked with us after about 10 mins to make sure all was ok. After that, it declined. I raised my flag about 10 mins later....she walked past my table to ck on the others, who incidently didn't have their flag up before returning to me. A few mins later, a customer wanted a bowl for his ice cream. She simply said, "We're out." She didn't even offer to get a small available at the buffet counter; he had to use a plate. 15-20 mins later, 2 of us, at different tables, had our flags up...but she was in the corner by the back door talking on her cell phone. It was another 5 minutes before she got off the phone. We ended up serving ourselves. I've never experienced such poor service at any Panchos and I believe she was a manager based on her attire. What can I say other than I will not go back to Granbury Rd Panchos.
9727 Brockbank DrDallas, TX 75220
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132 N Peak StDallas, TX 75226
From Business: Located in Old East Dallas, La Popular Tamale House has been serving the best tamales in Dallas since 1984. We are a family owned restaurant founded by Jesse Moreno, Sr. He wanted a place where people in the neighborhood could go and get delicious food in a nice comfortable atmosphere. Now people come in from all over to e…
27. Mercado Juarez
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.
This is one of the best hole-in-the-wall Mexican food places in South Ft. Worth. The ingredients are authentic . The taste and flavor are very important to the owner. He really listens to his guests and rarely changes anything once he finds something the people like. Prices are very reasonab…
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…
30. Sol Irlandes
Awesome atmosphere and great drink specials during happy hour. Bartenders have been awesome like Tony & I think his brother Chris! Great personalities!\nThe food was excellant in this place. Reasonably priced for the standard of food received What really stood out for me was the excellant custom…
Just had a party of 30 for my dance company. We go to Fort Worth every year with the cheerleaders convention. Last year was a disaster since we didnt make reservations and all the restaurants were of course booked. This year I called Cabo a couple of weeks before and even though they already had reservation for this group, they were able to accommodate us. I was so thankful and I changed the number of people twice. Even that same day in the morning. we went from 30 to 60 from my original reservation. Managers were very understanding and willing to help us. They said they were gonna do everything possible to make it happen but that we will have to move our reservation 30 min later. Which we didnt mind for a group of that size. We had several servers and everything went smooth even though we requested separate checks. Food was very good and servers were prompt and kept our drinks full. Next year we will definitely be back. See you next year Cabo.
My brother had been after me to try this restaraunt for a year. We gave in and went on a Sat evening. This place is so unpretentious, no flashing lights, no big signs. Just a very small corner restaraunt just on the edge of the Stockyards area. When you walk in, you may ask yourself if this is the right place....believe me it is. The wait staff are quiet, but very attentive. The food is made when you order it, and on your table before you know it. It is original Mexican fare and cannot be beat. It is well prepared, perfect portions, and tastes incredible. We will definitely go back. They serve beer, no margaritas, and Mexican Coca Cola. Enchiladas are perfect without a sign of greasiness. Chips and hot sauce are great. Do yourself a favor, find your way to the Northside of Fort Worth and try Dos Molinos. You will be happy you did.
I would definitely say that Cabo Grande is my favorite place to dine. I took my mother to Cabo for her Birthday and I was pleasantly surprised that they have a Cuban sandwich on the menu as well as Caldo Gallego. I haven't had either the sandwich or the soup ever since I left Miami. Also the sandwich was as good as I used to have at La Carreta Cuban sandwiches in Miami. My mother had the Brazilian boneless ribs and she also said that the dish was so good and now she wants us to come back with my father. I'm in for another visit to Cabo and next time I'm going to try their famous Cabo Rita to see what's it like. At any rate Cabo is my new 5 star restaurant food and service. My waitress was Pam ans she did a great job making us feel welcome.
As a recent graduate of TCU, I have been to this resturaunt many times and the only thing "spectacular" about this place is the lack of food per dollar. Don't get me wrong they do have some tasty dishes, but their chips and salsa are terrible and everything on the menu is overpriced. Waiting staff changes all the time and there is no consistency with happiness or timelyness. This place has become the ultimate frat daddy hangout as well... So if that isn't something you're into then I would advise you to stay away. Try fuzzys next door or even pulidos (best Mexican in town) down vickery.
What a wonderful, warm inviting place. The wait staff are all superb at what they do, chances are the owner will come by and greet you, shake your hand and introduce himself. The food is all very very good, Brisket tacos are excellent as well as the Chicken enchiladas. In a couple of months they hope to have a liquor license and I can hardly wait to have a margarita there If they are half as good as the food they will be fantastic. The chips and salsa are also very good the salsa is fresh made and very flavorful.
From FW all my life & I am aware that not loving Joe T's is not legal, but food is just so so & service is less than that especially if it one of the many catered events. They just quit trying & are living on reputation. They are stingy with the servings, ignore simple reqests, & don't even perform basic service functions. Ex: no picking up dirty plates or refill water. Food was "ehh". Good cheese nacos (1only) & guacamole though. Go for the legend not the food or service.
I'm an old fan (customer) of Dos Gringos when they also served the best BBQ in town (just off camp bowie blvd. on 7th street) remember cactus jack's?? Yeah, that's what I'M talkin' about.. Anyway, even the last time I dropped by (on university) their food was just as good as then and their service was excellent. I'm now in Utah but still yearn for a good chimichanga and a wonderful full flavored corona.. You can bet I'll be back and my first stop will be DOS GRINGOS (yip! yip! yip! aye!! aye!!!)..
I went to Uncle Julio's for the first time last night on Valentine's Day and I will definately be going back! The wait was a little long but what can you expect on Valentine's. The service was really fast and we were very well attended. We ordered the Gordo Platter, a bit pricey but well worth the $55. The fajitas and shrimp were phenomenal! I have eaten at LOTS of Mexican restaurants but this is at the top of the list!! I really recommend Uncle Julio's for a great dining experience.
I have enjoyed Caro's from about 1957. Their menu claimed they were the only restaurant in town without a can opener or a steam table...Everything is fresh. While I have never lived in Ft Worth Caro's has always been worth the trip. I tend to "pig out" every time I go...I only wish I had a place to take a good nap afterwards. Caro's is a place I visit as a special treat for myself. I know I will leave with a big, happy smile on my face.