Best Mexican restaurants nearby. Discover the best Mexican food in Manor. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Mexican restaurants near you.. Manor (/ˈmeɪnər/ MAY-nər) is a city in Travis County, Texas, United States. Manor is located 12 miles northeast of Austin and is part of the Austin-Round Rock metropolitan area. The population was 5,037 at the 2010 census. Manor is one of the faster-growing suburbs of Austin.
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4 based on 91 reviews
I had heard good things about Chuy's but had never eaten at one though I'd been to Austin many times. I was able to go for lunch one time during a recent trip. Wound up sitting at the bar for lunch. Greeted promptly but needed to look over the menu before ordering food or drink. I went with the chicken tortilla soup which was very good. Broth based, no dairy. Good spice, tender chicken, also tomatoes, corn, cheese and tortilla strips. I then had the stacked enchiladas. Blue corn tortillas with tender chicken. I changed the order slightly and asked for the green hatch chili sauce instead of the tomatillo sauce. I also went with the charro beans which was a nice change from getting refried beans everywhere.While it is a chain restaurant in certain parts of the country it was still pretty good. Their sauces are made in house which is nice and atypical for a chain. I was happy with my meal and wouldn't have an issue going back but I will likely search around and try other options.
4 based on 20 reviews
Went to lunch with some co-workers. We are all from out of town so decided to try this place as it was recommended. Went at 11:00 to beat the rush. Can see that parking could be a problem. I had a crispy taco and enchilada. It was great. No tortilla chips was my only complaint. Will go again before I leave. Need to try the breakfast burrito!
4 based on 349 reviews
Famous for more than thirty years of Legendary Tex-Mex, Pappasito's Cantina is known for the flavor, freshness and quality of their food and drinks! Pappasito's Cantina serves up succulent, sizzling fajitas, hand-crafted drinks and some of the best chips
One of my old favorite's happy hour spots. I went by for drinks and food. The drinks prices are cheap. The nachos were good and HUGE. This is a place where you can hang out, watch sports, get good drinks, and get good food.
Always a great place to get a burger. We often visit Liz for breakfast tacos or a lunch time burger. Liz is always joyful and excited to see you as she cooks or prepares your order. Give Lizâs grill a try.. I am confident you will come back and see her.
Wow is all I can say. Very poor services. Slow is an understatement. Took 20 minutes to get our drink order and have it delivered. Waiter kept saying he would get it but was spool slow. Asked for napkins because the table had not been cleaned. Finally received the napkins after asking 3 times for them. Our order for food took a while. The food was great, tasty . The atmosphere is very LOUD lots of kids running amok parents did not seem to care that their children were ruining others dining experience. Waiter took our credit card as was gone a long time with it. Saw I'm washingmhis hands just inside the kitchen, then he went to another station then he went back to the original station. I will be keeping an eye on this credit card for fraudulent charges. Hemjustmhad,the card a good 10 minutes walking around the resturant.
4 based on 32 reviews
We keep going back for the food. It's wonderful. I enjoy the Taco Salads and the Tortilla Soup. However, that being said, the service is hit or miss. One day you can get great service with a waitress/waiter that pays attention, keeps your drinks full, and never misses a beat. The next day, you can get a waitress/waiter that doesn't speak very good English, so you have to keep repeating your order, or hears you wrong and brings the wrong food. But...we still keep going back. If you want to have great conversation, don't go on a Friday night. Although unique, there is a VERY LOUD and OUT OF TUNE Mariachi band that plays there. They are friendly guys, but will go from table to table and put a tip jar on your table and ask what you want played. They only seem to know about 8 songs so they play them over and over again. The head guy, again, very nice, is not a good trumpet player and is VERY LOUD. I for one would like to be able to hear what my family says, so we never go on Fridays. It's totally up to you. Some people love to hear them play and find it entertaining, but it's not for me. Specifically when my little girl has to cover her ears at dinner. So, you make the choice. Great food? YES Service? Can be bad and be good.
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