Discover Restaurants offering the best Mexican food in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. Peterborough (/ˈpiːtərbrə, -bərə, -ˌbʌrə/ ( listen)) is a cathedral city in Cambridgeshire, England, with a population of 183,631 in 2011. Historically part of Northamptonshire, it is 75 miles (121 km) north of London, on the River Nene which flows into the North Sea 30 miles (48 km) to the north-east. The railway station is an important stop on the East Coast Main Line between London and Edinburgh.
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4 based on 146 reviews
"A culinary trip through Mexico's cuisine" We are very proud of our Mexican Heritage and are delighted to have the chance to share it with you. Our authentic Mexican dishes are made from family recipes.
Went to La Hacienda as part of the International Jazz Day Weekend, and heard as fine a jazz duo as one can hear----local musicians Michael Morse (bass) and Biff Hannon (piano). Both these musicians have international jazz credentials. And the meal was great! Much better than the last time I was there. My cochinita pibil.burrito (pork based filling) was delightful, and my partner's shrimp fajita was also excellent. They really know how to season those shrimps!Very good service too from our Cuban waitress.
4 based on 25 reviews
After being disappointed twice by our previous favourite burrito place in Peterborough we decided it was time for something new.This place again suffers from the lack of a "a pretty good" button on Trip Advisor. It was not average but it wasn't "very good" either. The toppings are kinda lacklustre and the sauce options were limited. Kinda felt skimpy on the meat portions of the burrito
4 based on 25 reviews
Authentic Mexican food, served quick and fresh. Real food, cooked from scratch, learned over the years from my Mom at our taco stand in Mexico City. It doesnât get any better!
Lovely folks, very unlovely chicken tacos. I ordered chicken tacos but was not asked to choose between different kinds and received what tasted like plain boiled chicken in a 100% tasteless white sauce. Nothing Mexican tasting about it. I drowned everything in a mildly acceptable sort of salsa but was only able to eat one. My two lunch guests had a similar reaction; one took only one bite and left her meal uneaten, also found a bone in the first bite. My son felt bad for the staff and ate his tacos also drowned in salsa or he would not have been able to eat it. Who puts plain white rice in their tacos? All three of us received the white pasty sauce even though only one of us had ordered it. We were all too stunned to say anything but I'm mad at myself now for not giving immediate feedback. Extremely disappointed.Good Afternoon Michael,Thank you for your review. I am surprised that you did not say anything to the staff who were working. I know that if my experience in a restaurant was as bad you say yours was, I would never have paid for my meal and I would most definitely have spoken to the staff. The Pollo a la Crema is a pulled chicken in a mild cream sauce with caramelized onions and poblano peppers. Mexican food is not necessarily spicy or heavily seasoned. Tex Mex food, on the other hand can be made this way. I will need to contact my supplier about any bones in the meat as our chicken is boneless and skinless. We pull our chicken by hand and am surprised that it could have been missed. Having said that, we will definitely look into this. Please accept our sincerest apologies for your visit and I would invite you to come back and speak with our Chef so that he can make it right for you. We take pride in our food and our restaurant and take this review very seriously.
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