4 based on 69 reviews
This is our #1 Mexican restaurant in our town. They make the chips for the salsa fresh when you arrive and they give you 2 different salsas, red and green to eat with the chips. I always get the Mexican Pizza and I love it. My wife always eats different things and she love everything she orders. She also loves the beans.
4 based on 152 reviews
we had a mini family reunion with cousins this past Saturday~ lunch at El Beso! everyone ordered something different ~ i had the lunch portion chicken fajita plate that included PLENTY of fresh peppers, onions and chicken, refried beans, rice, shredded lettuce, quacamole & both corn and flour tortillas, someone else ordered the 2 taco lunch plate, with 1 mahi mahi & 1 pulled pork taco, rice & beans.. one ordered the 3 meat fajita meal & when that came to the table EVERYONE ooh'd and ahh'd and wanted to know WHAT that beautiful (mountain) of food was! the chips were crisp, warm and just salty enough- and the salsa was fresh and had just the right amount of heat~ the waitress was friendly and kept our beverages filled - there were several birthdays being celebrated there, so LOTS of singing & large sombreros being worn. no one had room for dessert by the end of the meal ~ definitely will be back!
Find your nearby Taco Bell at 7141 South 76th Street in Franklin. 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 Suprem
Taco Bell is Taco Bell. This drive-thru is the DT from hell. Once you enter this no exit hell, you will be sorry. Super slow service and you cannot get out of line, even to leave. 35 minutes one afternoon. Beware!
3 based on 5 reviews
this is a new restaurant that just open in the old Two Brothers Resturant. The atmoshpere is wonderful. A new upgrade from the prior establishment. My Husband and I both order children fajitas. When the meal arrived the skillets were not hot and sizzling. My husbands wasn't even steam with heat. The food was bland. There is another resturant south on 27th that has better tasting Mexican food. The service was good. The waitress was very attentive. There was complementary chips and salsa. It was a smaller portion which I liked so I wasn't filled up on chips before the main meal. The chips were homemade and a little greasy. The salsa and verde were both good and not spicey. Over all it was good.
So we got there about 25 minutes before they close...that's when we should have walked out. Shouldn't using glass cleaner on the display glass while the food is in place be against the law? I got a steak burrito. It must have been in the heater half the night because it was like rubber. We made the mistake of getting chips. You guessed it, they were stale. And then to add insult to injury, because it was close to closing time, the employees were screaming at each other and throwing things at each other while the manager ignored them. Some other customers came in after us and sat down to eat their food but did that keep the "obviously not a library card holder" from shutting down the soda machine at 10 pm on the dot...what do you think? Look for this chain to disappear very quickly. Taco Bell is cheaper, tastes about the same (even fresher), service is better and they seem to still realize that the only way that you make money is to keep customers happy and coming back (Novel idea, isn't it!) So Adios Chipotle!!
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