Reviews on Mexican food in Meridian, Mississippi, United States. Almost entirely destroyed during the Civil War, Meridian was rebuilt between 1890 and 1930 in a boom known as "The Golden Age." This legacy still stands, leaving the city with not just one, but nine registered historic districts. Attractions include the carefully restored Highland Park Dentzel Carousel, dating back to 1909 and still offering rides for just fifty cents each, and the Hamasa Shrine Temple Theater, featuring a massive 778 pipe organ that is one of only two still in existence.
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Find your nearby Taco Bell at 4821 8th Street in Meridian. We're serving all your favorite menu items, from classic burritos and tacos, to new favorites like the $5 Double Stacked Tacos Box, Crunchwrap Supreme, Fiesta Taco Salad, and Chalupa Supreme. So c
Typical Taco Bell fare. The place is clean and the people are friendly. No complains as far as fast food goes. You get what you pay for.
3 based on 48 reviews
I had enchiladas which were OK....not bad but not "wow" either. I tried the $1.99 happy hour Margarita which was, in my opinion, a bit weak....in other words I could not taste any tequila. The chips were fine however the salsa was flat......not much flavor. Wait staff was fine.
The place comfy and welcoming with a wonderfully friendly and patient staff (Lupe) which explained the dishes. We had the Taco Salad con Pollo and the Burrito tostada taco. Both filling a delicious. The sauces were light but flavorful. riced modestly at $6.95 and $7.95 we left content with the food and the expense. Definitely worth another visit!
4 based on 19 reviews
The experience was definitely unique. No (alcoholic) drink menu unless you specifically requested it. Then the young waiter seemed very reluctant to let us hold the one menu he brought for the two of us to view, at arm's length. The margaritas were labeled small, medium, large and fish (bowl?). We asked how many ounces in each, he said small was 24 ounces and increased greatly for medium, etc. When we pointed out that the large water glass on the table was probably in the 12 to 14 ounce range, he retracted and stated small was 16 ounces. We ordered a medium and it was about 12 ounces. The draft beer menu is also out of date. Save yourself some time and just ask what they have, rather than ordering twice - only to be told they no longer carry the item. We asked for charro beans instead of refried, and he asked us quite loudly, "you want charred beans?" I had to explain what was Mexican charro beans. But they only have refried beans. We asked for green sauce. The waiter said yes and just stood there. Then we had to ask him to bring some to us. Food was ok. Not sure if much was prepared in the kitchen or was bought and warmed up. Also saw a bug (roach ?) crawling up the outside kitchen wall. All in all, a unique experience. And it cost $50 with tip.
5 based on 9 reviews
On our way to New Orleans. Overnight in Meridian. We asked the front desk at the hotel about what we might find in the way of dinner in downtown Meridian. He said there wasn't much to choose from. He was right. BUT, we found Mr. Taco on 8th (Keep you eyes open. We drove by it twice.) Sometimes the experience on the road are a little our of way but really worth the effort. Great, authentic menu of tacos and more. Make the effort. Just a few minutes from the interstate hotels.
4 based on 61 reviews
San Marcos Mexican Restaurant is the real deal, the food is delicious, the service is great, the menu has something for everyone, the atmosphere is authentic and the prices are very reasonable, easy access on and off the interstate, excellent for locals and travelers alike.
4 based on 77 reviews
Don't be fooled by the neighborhood or the outside of the building. The inside is nice, tables and chairs were bright and colorful. Everything seemed clean.The chips and salsa were great. Prices for lunch are very good. I don't know that I have gotten a better deal recently on Mexican food. The lunch fajitas were the perfect portion for lunch and were only $7.40. They tasted great. Other options were in the $5-$6 range.The draft beer was so cold, there was ice floating on top. LOVED IT! They claim the large beers are 32 ounces, I say they are much smaller. I suggest you buy the small beer, better value.I will go again.
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