Love their tacos. Dang they give you a lot of food. I ate there for the first time after buying a mattress across the street at American Factory Direct Furniture and the owner Dave told me to try Queen Taco out for their chicken tacos and man was he right, they were definitely delicious. Keep up the great food guys
18201 Bass Pro DrIndependence, MO 64055
From Business: After working successfully in the food service industry for forty years, the Blacketer family saw a need for a casual upscale Mexican concept that included except…
1704 S BroadwayOak Grove, MO 64075
From Business: Locally owned and operated, Moocho Mexican Restaurant & Cantina is great place for authentic Mexican BBQ. If you love BBQ you've got to come and try us out. The f…
Promptly greeted, pleasant server, and the salsa is always good. I have been here multiple times and haven't had a dish that wasn't delightful. Most definitely one of my top favorites.
Worst experience of my life. A drink got spilled on my 1 year old child and she didn't apologize. She just asked if we were ok. Like Uhhh no I'm not ok . had to keep asking for refills. My food was wrong and was still cold. Gave us The check before we were done eating. The restaurant was very dirty. Looked as if they were short on servers. The manager was no where to be found until we requested one And still took a while to come to the table. She looked like She had just hopped out her car from smoking some cigarettes. She wasn't any help. Just a horrible place . I will never return.
The best authentic Mexican food in town. You will have to try to hard and a soft beef and chicken tacos Wednesday a dollar taco day
Yummy! First time visiting Queen Taco. Loved it. Simple, cheap, tasty, fast, great salsa bar! I had a crispy chicken taco and a soft taco al Pastor. They don't have a taco Tuesday special - special prices on tacos are Friday ($1.50/each) and Wednesday ($1/each) - tacos are just $1.79 regular price. A one pound burrito is their Tuesday special ($4.50). and they have all you can eat tacos for $8 anytime.
It used to be a good restaurant, but it has changed. The tamale was a roll of corn meal but only about an eighth inch of the tamale on each end had meat with a little hamburger and sauce put on top of it. When the manager was approached he stated that we needed to understand that people make tamale's different ways. A roll of cornmeal is not a tamale! It would have been more appropriate to name it a corn meal roll with meat sauce on top. The manager on duty stated he didn't know the name of the owner. That's highly unlikely. When a waitress tried to state the owner's name, the manager told her to be quiet. He must be ashamed of the owner and it is questionable if the owner was represented by the management and cook. The best tasting thing there were the chips, salsa, beans, and rice. (All are easily made at home and I was looking forward to good Mexican food.) Otherwise the food was very poor. The waitress assigned to our table had difficulty understanding English. .
The last time we were there it was dirty. And the guy wiping off tables with a rag that had salsa all over it. Come on teach people the proper way to wipe a table. Clean rags and a disinfectant. It grossed me out I will drive to the one in Lee's summit. And we live in Harrisonville.
Food is bland. If there is no cheese sauce on it, it' s horrible. Boil chicken meat without adding ANYTHiNG or fry hamburger meat without seasoning and throw it in a taco shell or flour tortilla and you have their secret recipe. Have the chips and salsa and skip the entrees!!!