Reviews on Latin food in Commerce, California, United States. Commerce is a city located in southeast Los Angeles County, California, United States. The population was 12,823 at the 2010 census, up from 12,568 at the 2000 census. It is bordered by Vernon on the west, Los Angeles on the northwest, East Los Angeles on the north, Montebello on the east, Downey and Bell Gardens on the south, and Maywood on the southwest. The Los Angeles River forms part of its southwestern boundary, and the Rio Hondo separates it from Downey. Commerce is served by the Long Beach and Santa Ana freeways, as well as the Metrolink commuter rail service at the Commerce station. It is usually referred to as the "City of Commerce" to distinguish it from the common noun.
Things to do in Commerce
4 based on 220 reviews
We used to send a runner out with our order. GIANT burritos=One would feed 2 maybe 3 of us! Manny's Special=to die for!
4 based on 18 reviews
The folks at El Pescador take Mexican food and ramp it up to a delicious art form & do it with style and authenticity. Extensive menu of favorites and specials welcomes you to the great food that's coming. Have a drink too, if it's after work! You'll enjoy. ...
4 based on 56 reviews
Please don't be discouraged for the location. They have valet parking at weekends and the BEST Best Chile en Nogada!! Remember the famous movie called "Como Agua para Chocolate" where they have Chile en Nogada, well here you find them at its best setting! Too bad that I couldn't get the recipe!!! As a Mexican American I know what is really a good Mexican food and here Ramiro and Jaime really know what they are doing! Couple years ago I visit for the first time with friends and they were very pleased with the food and service. Love to hear that they don't serve burritos and tacos which is most of the non-Latinos know about the Mexican cuisine. The only thing that I don't like is that they extended the restaurant area and a crafts store was added. I am not against our Mexican traditions but when I want to eat I don't want to be distract by the anything else. Love the wall with the pottery pieces and during my last visited I inquired about a painting that was on display but too bad it was out of my reach. I have stopped multiple times to get Enchiladas al Mole which are delicious too! Once I saw a television anchorman there and this is a place to find a well diverse clientele. The Chefs are very charming and once I saw one that waved at me from another table. they serve Cetto Wines which are from Baja. Very acceptable. Try el cafÃ© de Oya with a cinnamon touch. Delicious.. I am hungry now.. Enjoy Amigos !
4 based on 87 reviews
The original Guisados is in Boyle Heights (East Los Angeles) and a thriving community that Mexicans call home.Sometimes, simply is better, especially when you're dealing with basic items such as tacos. Guisados offers an excellent location. Clean, roomy and easy to find. Their taco presentation is more gourmet and perhaps that is their agreed strategy to charge a higher than normal price.They do a good job and really embrace the community. Also, they offer a wide variety of meats and filings as well as homemade tortillas. I will come back to support them. But, for my regular taco fix, I know tons of other spots which also specialize in fresh ingredients and they give you more bang for your buck. Sometimes, I just enjoy all of the grease (liquid) oozing from a good old fashioned carnitas taco which cost $2, maybe $2.50.
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