Find out what Mexican restaurants to try in North Lauderdale. North Lauderdale is a city in Broward County, Florida, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city's population was 41,023. It is a principal city of the Miami metropolitan area, which was home to an estimated 6,012,331 people in the 2015 census.
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4 based on 91 reviews
We were happy with just about everything. Service was excellent and our server was outstanding and had a marvelous personality ! Salsa was also excellent. We both had varieties of burritos and were extremely happy. They were both nice size and very tasty. Inside is very nice..They have a lot of outside seating on nice days and entertainment.Everything that came out of the kitchen looked wonderful. Pleasant owner came over to inquire how things were.Definitely will return
4 based on 166 reviews
The other 50% did not. Since I picked up the check, it'll be a long time before we would try them again. Great service and friendly. Comfortable table outside. That's where it ended for half of us. They took my wife's dinner off the check, the other two just didn't say anything and left nearly full plates.Hi Pat - Thank you for the feedback; it will help us improve for the future. We are sorry to hear that you didn't enjoy the food on your last visit. We hope you'll dine with us again soon and give us the opportunity to impress you.
4 based on 235 reviews
AUTHENTIC Mexican and El Salvadoran FOOD LOTS OF SPANISH ENTREES AND BREAKFAST ON SATURDAY AND SUNDAY STARTS AT 9:00 Am
This is one of those places that you would drive by and not even give a second glance to. We happened to discover it at the Taste of Oakland Park and decided to come and check it out.The restaurant is a stand-alone building that is non descript. The interior is small, but the staff is very warm and friendly. This restaurant specializes in Mexican and Salvadoran foods. We started our meal with Horchata, which is a blend of rice milk and cinnamon and our first time ever having it. It was YUMMY and comes in a huge glass. Each table is served chips, which were warm and crispy, and a homemade salsa. The salsa was very good. Not too spicy, but has a slight kick. For starters we tried the Sweet Corn Tamales (it was like eating a dessert!) and a bean Pupusa, which is a traditional Salvadoran corn tortilla stuffed with items of your choice. It comes with this wonderful sauce and cabbage mix to be placed on top. It wasn't greasy at all and I would definitely recommend to try it. For the main entries we had the Grilled Chicken Breast that is topped with grilled peppers and onions. The chicken is wonderfully seasoned and I like the fact that it is grilled. It is accompanied with black beans (AMAZING FLAVOR) and a rice that has some mixed vegetables in it. Delicious!The other dish we tried was the Salvadoran Steak in Red Sauce, which is sauteed with onions, peppers, and tomatoes. Highly Recommended! The sauce almost tastes like an Italian tomato sauce and goes well with everything. I even liked it on my chicken. The steak was perfectly cooked as well. This, too, is accompanied with black beans and rice plus fried plantains. Definitely a Winning Dish!Portions are large and we, unfortunately, had no room for dessert. I would DEFINITELY RECOMMEND coming to check it out. Don't be fooled by looks on the outside, as inside, is definitely a treat for your taste buds!PS - If this review was useful, please click the HELPFUL button on your phone or you can click the THANK YOU button on your computer. I'd appreciate it :-D
This is one of the few authentic Mexican taquerias in Southeast Florida. Being small businesses they tend not to make it to the normal "Mexican restaurant" searches on the major mapping websitea. I found Taqueria Michoacana simply by noticing it as I drove by.When we entered we could see the usual horchata (one of my favorites) and juices and the jukebox was playing. Even though it was mid-afternoon on a Saturday there were a number of apparently Hispanic patrons eating lunch. So far so good.The menus were a bit tattered but the selection was good. We ordered carnitas, one tamal verde, chiles rellenos and the usual chicken nuggets and french fries for my son.The horchata was good; I enjoy the variation between restaurants (thank goodness it doesn't taste exactly the same everywhere). The tamal, ordered a la carte, came next. It was plain (not a lot of green sauce) but spicy.The carnitas were tender and delicious and the portion was large. The chiles rellenos was good, but the deep fried coating on the peppers got soggy in the tomato sauce. The dish was tasty if not my favorite chile relleno presentation.The refried beans and rice were also very good; the rice was on the yellow side, presumably from saffron.My son's chicken nuggets seemed to be the Tyson dinosaur-shaped variety; just fine for his very unadventurous spirit.As we were already "stuffed" by the end of the meal we took our "to go" boxes and left without trying any desert.Taqueria Michoacana is a straight-up neighborhood Mexican restaurant. Expect a simple restaurant with a good selection and good food and you won't be disappointed.
4 based on 52 reviews
If you want fast, inexpensive, and healthy Mexican food than look no further than Zona Fresca. They serve up tacos, quesadillas, and burritos filled with your choice of protein which can be steak, chicken, or fish. This is also a good choice for vegetarians because all of the options can have the meat replaced with beans. I was offered a plate of fresh chips to snack on while I waited for my food. They have a salsa bar with a variety to choose from including hot and mild, pico de gallo, and tomatillo. They also include fresh lime slices which I like to squeeze over my food. My go to meal is usually the Cali Wrap. It includes chicken, cheese, avocado, tomato, onion, cilantro and lettuce, tossed in lemony dressing. Everything is made fresh to order. I found the staff to be very friendly and the restaurant was clean. This is a solid location to dine in.
4 based on 255 reviews
Serving you since 1988, La Bamba is a family owned and operated Mexican and Spanish Restaurant.With five locations.Offering Lunch Specials, Happy Hour Specials and the best Margaritas in town.
La Bamba II Mexican and Spanish Restaurant serves good Mexican food with lunch specials under $10.00. The restaurant is located in strip mall, and has classic Mexican restaurant dÃ©cor with high tables, regular tables, booths and a bar. One of us and family members had a late lunch here on a Monday around 1:30 PM. We were seated and provided drinks quickly. Our server was friendly and helpful. One of our family members is a local and has been coming here for many years. The chips and salsa were very good. They furnish two kinds of salsa and the hot salsa has a bit of a kick (always appreciated). Among the lunch specials we ordered were a Beef Taco with Rice and Beans, and a Cheese Quesadilla (photos are attached). The portions were very large and the meals were both tasty. Coming from the Southwest, we are spoiled when it comes to imaginative Mexican cooking hence our 4 out of 5 rating for this establishment â very good but not excellent. The restaurant was quiet after the main lunch hour so we had no problems conversing. We also had nice seats by a large window and appreciated the sunlight. Bottom line, if you are looking for a good affordable Mexican meal in Margate, La Bamba is worth a try. If you found this review helpful and/or our photos helpful or pleasing, we hope you will click the âthank youâ button. Those of us who write detailed reviews appreciate the feedback and it encourages us to write additional reviews for everyoneâs consideration. Thank you.
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