Reviews on Latin food in National City, California, United States. National City is a city located in the South Bay region of the San Diego metropolitan area, in southwestern San Diego County, California.
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4 based on 935 reviews
Cafe Sevilla has been dedicated to providing the true essence of Spanish culture, music and cuisine since 1987. Located in the heart of downtown San Diego in the Gaslamp district, Cafe Sevilla is proud to offer the most authentic Spanish ambiance in their
We sat down for a happy hour initially but we all so enjoyed with the environment here and finally had our dinner as well. The environment set up together with all the deco are so beautiful. The beer and tapas menu with lots of choices, we picked few of those and they were all delicious. Really appreciate our Uber driver's recommendation.
4 based on 31 reviews
No return visit ever planned for this place! The meat was burnt & dry. Our order wasn't right. Salsa mostly liquid.Skimped on the guacamole which had no flavor
4 based on 470 reviews
Fogo de ChÃ£o is a leading Brazilian steakhouse, or churrascaria, which has specialized in fire-roasting high-quality meats since 1979 utilizing the centuries-old Southern Brazilian cooking technique of churrasco. Fogo offers guests a wide variety of simpl
This was my first time visiting a Brazilian Steakhouse and it certainly was memorable. It started with a wonderful salad bar and then the non-stop service of the waitstaff coming to our table offering servings of various cuts of meat cooked in a variety of styles. This is a good way to try different meats that you may not be familiar with. My one suggestion, if you aren't a big eater and you're dining with a partner, just get one serving of each meat, and if you like it, you can certainly get more, but if you don't care for it, less will be wasted.
4 based on 981 reviews
Coolest atmosphere ever!! Food was outstanding!! Guac and chips appetizer, and shrimp tacos (street tacos) were divine! Don't miss the "Bark at the Moon" serrano-infused margarita. Killer Happy Hour. Great music. Staff is obviously happy; very friendly and hospitable. We absolutely adored this place and would return again and again.
4 based on 190 reviews
My wife and I were hanging out downtown doing shopping last Saturday and finally made it to a well known coffee shop in Barrio Logan to recharge with coffees. It was 1.30pm when we got there and they don't serve lunch food as we know. We were starving and felt like some good Mexican food but we didn't know this neck of the woods. I asked Lindsay the barista about a good Mexican place nearby and Las Cuatro Milpas was her answer.....the best around Lindsay said. We hit the road and were parked right outside this Mexican eatery by 2pm. There was a huge line of customers meandering down the sidewalk. I nearly had 2nd thoughts as I hate waiting in line for anything let alone food. But I figured this place must be great or real cheap ! So we're standing in the never ending line and I asked the dude in front of us about the food. Loves it he replied......been coming here since 1965. Holy Cow.......this joint is legendary apparently. The line wasn't moving real quick and was getting longer behind us by the minute. This must be peak hour I determined and yet the place shuts at 3pm. Eventually we made it inside the entrance and could witness first hand the kitchen activity right in front of us. It was a maze of movement ! We could see on the wall that the menu was not huge. My wife ordered Rice & Beans & Tamale + one dozen fresh Tortillas to go and I wanted a Burrito with Pork....the server asked if I wanted sour cream and I said yes. Within 30 seconds our complete order was placed on a tray right in front of us. Amazing speed of service and delivery ! We walked along to the end of the counter where the cashier lady was. The grand total was $15 cash .....$5 for the huge serve of Rice & Beans & Tamale, $5 for my big fat Burrito with Pork & $5 for one dozen of the biggest freshest hand made Tortillas you will ever see. We tipped 5 bucks and walked off to find a table in one of the huge dining rooms. It's a big place once you get inside. We sat down and started eating our lunch. I added some of the spicy red salsa which came with my Burrito and man did it have some kick. My Burrito tasted so good...I could taste the wonderful texture of the fresh made Tortilla and the Pork inside was good quality. My wife was soldiering through her Rice & Beans & Tamale dish and loved it but couldn't finish more that half. I went for a walk out the back at one stage and took a video of the workers making the fresh Tortillas. How cool ! We sat at our table chatting with a Colombian female lawyer who said she comes here because the food was similar to what her grandma used to serve in her home country. Wow we were impressed ! It was almost 3pm and customers were still lining up outside on the sidewalk. Our meals tasted great, the service was friendly & super efficient and the atmosphere a lot of fun. The authentic Mexican food here is great ...and real cheap !
4 based on 342 reviews
We were staying at the hotel across the street and decided to check it out. If youâve never been there, itâs slightly confusing. Basically get in one of four lines depending on the type of meat you want. Your food is made right in front of you and very fresh. The meat is cooked over charcoal and is very flavorful. We ordered a variety of four different tacos, then went back for a half order of Carne Asada fries. Everything was tasty and made quickly. Iâm sure weâll walk across the street to eat here again before we head home!
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