Find out what Mexican restaurants to try in El Dorado Hills. El Dorado Hills (EDH) is an unincorporated census-designated place (CDP) located in El Dorado County, California, 22 miles (35 km) east of the state capital of Sacramento. The population was 42,108 at the 2010 census, up from 18,016 at the 2000 census. This population growth is attributed through the combination of actual population increase within the 2000 CDP boundaries and expansion of the boundaries. The area of EDH was expanded from 17.9 square miles (46 km) in 2000 to 48.606 square miles (125.89 km) in 2010.
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3 based on 50 reviews
A friend mentioned this restaurant to us. We were delighted to find that although the menu didn't have many vegetarian listings, the chef was happy to alter dishes to fit our needs. Everything was really good and the staff couldn't have been more anxious to please, helpful and attentive, making sure everything was good and keeping us in chips, salsa and soda. There were quite a few people there, mostly families because it was early. It looked like many of the customers were regulars, which also is a good sign.The prices were pretty reasonable and portions generous. The caring attitude of the staff made us feel like we were almost family.
3 based on 68 reviews
Welcome! For over 35 years, "The Hac" has brought great Mexican food and a fun atmosphere to Sutter Street in Historic Folsom.
Excellent service. Great food Everytime. Helpful, cheerfully happy staff. Always a good time. Seating inside and outside on the patio. We enjoy carnitas for two. They make everything fresh daily. Their guacamole is the freshest. They have two kinds of salsa the green salsa is for those who like a little more spicy tasting food, so good and always delicious. Family, fiends and coworkers love Hacienda Del Rio of Folsom, California
4 based on 44 reviews
We were here last weekend for brunch. Weâve only been here once before and really liked it. This time, we enjoyed the food. Great flavors all around. Beyond this is where it salad a bit. The service was a bit disappointing. Disjointed maybe. Confusing. Items delivered to the wrong person each time for drinks and food. When asked for quest dip, we were brought shredded cheese. Lastly, the place needs a good spring cleaning. Cobwebs everywhere. Windows and door glass, not so clean. Prices are very reasonable and good food but they need to sharpen up the little things.
4 based on 21 reviews
Very nice place to try out mexican food. The food is very authentic and with good spices. Owner is very nice and explained all the details about some unique menu items which we didn't see at other mexican places. I will surely recommend there chicken burrito and tacos. Quantity is good and surely will be visiting it again.
4 based on 33 reviews
Great place for a work lunch. I can always tell how good a tawueria is by the way they make tgeir rice and this place is as good as the best taquerias in San Feancisco's mission district! Their tacos al pastor abd veggie burritos are the best!
4 based on 54 reviews
A family get-together, midweek, too early to be busy it seems. Not good: Servers (could have been visitors) gabbing in little huddles. Perfunctory hand-off to table.Good stuff: Server was attentive, unbothered by kids. Seemed the only one busy The food, we're talking for fish tacos to chile relleno to chicken tacos, all were hands-down fresh, cooked perfectly and not at all deluged with seasonings. Said friend: This is the only area Mexican restaurant where I can eat and sleep on the same night. Tasty, fresh. I'm told it's a former service station. It's very lunch room ambiance, and the staff could use injections of warmth and greeting. But I'll go back for the food and space to chat. And there is a sidebar with TVs.
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