Discover Restaurants offering the best Southwestern food in Wellington, Florida, United States. Wellington is a village just west of West Palm Beach in central Palm Beach County, Florida, United States. As of 2014, the city had a population of 61,485 according to the U.S. Census Bureau, making it the most populous village in the state. It is the fifth largest municipality in Palm Beach County by population. Wellington is part of the Miami metropolitan area. Wellington was named Money Magazine's "Top 100" Best Places to Live in 2010. Although Wellington is not a village under any standard definition of the term village in the US, it is referred to officially as the "Village of Wellington". The area is also home to The Mall at Wellington Green and a shopping plaza surrounding it.
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4 based on 64 reviews
The "Anything Goes" approach to food, wall art, hot sauce & life in general.
This is not fine dining. Great tacos and burritos that are a step above Taco Bell fast food. They are especially known for their various hot sauces. If you are looking for a place with a nice vibe, fast and not expensive, this is a good place to go.
4 based on 100 reviews
We are family owned and operated. We provide patrons with warm hospitality and authentic Mexican cuisine. Great for families, and we also have a separate bar area where you can enjoy your favorite draft beer or margarotas.
They food is always good. They have a decent crowd most nights. We go once a month or every other. Depending how often we have guest or I go without the husband.
3 based on 37 reviews
This store-front eatery (I won't dignify it by calling it a restaurant) was a colossally disappointing experience for this Mexican food aficionado!We had advance reservations, but the hostess insisted on seating us next to the open exterior door during an unseasonable area cold snap. She promised to close the door, but never did. Finally, we insisted on moving away to a newly vacated booth away from the wind tunnel.My Margarita was unremarkable and my sister's Riesling was the last glass they had and she had to switch to a Chardonnay. for a second glass. I might add that the glasses were quite small for the $12 price tag. The Guacamole was OK, but nothing remarkable; the chips were commercial, not fresh or house made.My Taco Salad with Chicken was intractable due to tough, very tough, un-chewable chicken and a paucity of salad dressing.Of note is that if there was any Spanish speakers in the facility, they were out of sight in the kitchen, but I thoroughly doubt it.Never again - diner beware!
3 based on 24 reviews
Our PBI shuttle to Atlanta was late due to equipment maintenance, and the gate agent experienced difficulty maneuvering the Jetway; Consequently, our planned two-hour connection devolved to a 40-minute connection.My wife notices that Chili's Too is near our departure gate and suggests a visit during the Flight Delay.At Chili's Too, it will be a Bowl of Terlingua Chili -- Slow-cooked with beef, poblanos, jalapeÃ±os, onions, and topped with shredded cheese.We like the seating with a large window view of a nearby gate and equipment. Service is swift, and the ambience with view is inviting.
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