Find out what Mexican restaurants to try in Rockledge. Rockledge /ˈrɒklɪdʒ, -ˌlɛdʒ/ is the oldest city in Brevard County, Florida. The city's population was 24,926 at the 2010 United States Census, and is part of the Palm Bay−Melbourne−Titusville Metropolitan Statistical Area.
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4 based on 170 reviews
El Leoncitoâs is a fun and festive Mexican restaurant. The wait staff & festive atmosphere were excellent & the food was promptly served & delicious. We had the crunchy beef tacos, which are a nice change to the standard greasy, bland tacos so many Mexican restaurants offer. These shells seem homemade and form to the innards of the taco for an enjoyable taco eating experience! Canât wait to return! Yummy
This is a small taqueria located at the back of a Mexican grocery and lots of other stuff store. It's the real deal. Everyone working and visiting the store was Mexican when I visited for lunch. This is some of the best Mexican food I have had since I moved to Florida from Albuquerque in 1992. They make their own tortillas. You can tell the difference. I enjoyed a monster burrito loaded with steak, black beans, rice, lettuce and cheese. One of the best ever. It was big enough for two "normal" people. There are lots of other real Mexican items on the listing board that I plan on trying in the future. From a previous visit, I know someone in the kitchen can make a wicked hot sauce. This is not fine dining. It's more like a nice dive. You must tolerate Mexican music that is a little loud.
4 based on 27 reviews
Delighted to find this casual lunch option while visiting the Cocoa Beach area. Enjoyed a VEGAN Rueben- tofu based on rye bread. Hubby had Mikes Bowl- black beans, brown rice and animal protein-chicken. Both cane with homemade salsa and high quality black corn tortillas. This restaurant offers true vegan dining. Fabulous. Very casual- think small family lunch venue. Easy to find, clean and delightful.
4 based on 134 reviews
Just a great place to kick back with friends & family and to enjoy the great atmosphere that's kept folks coming back since 1985. Take some time to browse our menu online. If you're planning a nite out or looking for something "to go", call ahead and we'l
Taylor was excellent! She was friendly, attentive and patient as she came back twice before we were ready to order. There are two large dining rooms with more seating in the bar area. They have a four page menu not typical of a Mexican restaurant. Many other options if you or your company doesn't want want typical Mexican food. Some examples: New York strip, hamburger, chicken sandwich, country friend chicken. The chips were warm and the salsa was uniquely different in that it had a strong garlic flavor, but very addictive. The food came out fast and was hot.
4 based on 166 reviews
Authentic Mexican Favorites for over 30 years. Oak Wood Grill for the steak lovers out there. Full Liquor bar featuring Brevards #1 House Margarita as voted by Florida Today.
Been here several times for a working lunch. very impressed that they have such large portions. Loved their Cuban cuisine options as well. The staff could be friendlier but they more than make up for it in the quality of the food. Didn't know what to expect but was pleasantly surprised. Would definitely dine here again.
4 based on 152 reviews
I really love the Mexican food here more than anywhere else. They have the very best burritos. There is just no comparison between la Marimba and El Leoncito food. While El Leoncito has the atmosphere, the food at LaMarimba is hands down the very best Mexican food Iâve ever had and the portions are much more generous.
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