Find out what Spanish restaurants to try in Folsom. Folsom is a city in Sacramento County, California, United States. It is commonly known for Folsom Prison, Folsom Prison Blues and Folsom Lake. The population was 72,203 at the 2010 census.
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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 55 reviews
I went to the Tesla charger to fuel my car and this place was the nearest place to eat. Obviously Applebys closed and these people spent very minimal to take over the building. Very little changed from the Applebys. They changed the pictures on the walls and the name. the menu is typical mexican food. One notch up from taco bell. Staff was friendly and service was good. Even though they weren't very full the hostess sat us near the kitchen door. the central bar had lots of TV's like a sports bar. Rest room was clean and plenty of parking spaces. I think if i'm back at that tesla charger again i'll try to find a better choice.
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 23 reviews
Truly, this is a place where, if you like pinto beans, you should visit if you're a fan of overpriced meals laden with overburdening amounts of sides. Yes, the enchilda sauce was tasty, but that was about the only redeeming quality of my Combination No. 7 dish. For $33, my wife and I had two meals and two beers, and if we had known pinto beans were so expensive we should've paid around $10 less for the ratio of entree items to beans and rice. In regards to service, things were a bit slow - even for the few amount of patrons who were in the restaurant at the time - albeit everyone was nice. This negative review really came down to overpricing and undercooking the one thing our plates had an abundance of - the beans.
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