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1920 Centerville Tpke, Virginia Beach, VA 23464
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VB local: Woods Corner Shoppes, corner of Kempsville Pkwy & Centerville Tnpk. Chesapeak Local: Harbour Watch Shoppes just the before bridge.
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Cuisines: Family Style, Mexican, Take Out, Latin American, Bar & Grills
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Below Average
Recently went to lunch at 3 Amigos, was my favorite place for a long time. Dont know what happened, but the mexican flavor was not there, the service was slack, and the waitstaff was loud. (the waitstaff was sitting in a booth beside just goofing off and laughing, while several tables were dirty and needed tending).
Not going back for a while. Obviously the owners have grown tired of the place, or maybe its just new owners without a clue.
I'll give it a few years and try again.
I love the food and drinks its a small family owned restaurant which is always better than franchise restaurant. I read some of these comment and wanted to comment on one of them because it really bothered me when she said there were fleas lol maby she has to go to a skin doctor or take a shower they clean the restaurant better than most restaurant I have seen them clean everything from walls to behind the booth
We stopped in one night for a couple Margaritas. We usually go to a mexican restaurant in Newport News that we really like but we thought we would give this place a try since its close to home. We should have continued to drive. We ordered two large "Texas Margaritas" on the rocks with salt. They came to the table quickly, also did chips and salsa. The chips were crispy and the salsa was OK at best, the white sauce I did not really care for. However, the Margaritas were probably the worst I have ever had. All we could taste is sour lime mix. Definately not worth $25. Next time we'll go to our usual place.
This use to be the only mexican food I would enjoy eating out. Unfortunately, the last couple of times I ate there not only did the waiter not have a clue what kind of cheese they used to make the cheese dip but my legs got eaten alive by fleas. YES...I said fleas! Sad to say I don't dine there any longer. On a lighter note...the food was great!
02/16/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Don't get me wrong, I LOVE hole in the wall mexican restaurants. Something about numbers on the menu's and small brown crawling insects in the corners reassures me of the good mexican meal I will be inhaling. Three Amigo's is like that, except without the insects. It isn't the most authentic mexican food I've ever had...I feel like it is a little bit toned down in respect for the pallet, think Don Pablo's (RIP). There isn't anything wrong with that, even if it does seem a little bit toned down don't let the kids into the salsa without a quick sample. The food was good and the service was right there with it. The price won't leave you upset and you should leave fatter and happier than you were upon arrival. It is the kind of place that has already found quite a bit of success around the area and doesn't need much advertising due to the word of mouth advertising they get from the patrons. Which is not only the best advertisement, but also the greatest review. So if you haven't tried it already then give it a shot, I'm sure if it isn't too far and you already haven't sworn an oath of fealty to another local mexican restaurant you will be to this one.