Reviews on Mexican food in Greenville, South Carolina, United States. Greenville, South Carolina, is anchored by what Forbes Magazine calls one of America's Best Downtowns. Featuring a one-of-a-kind "floating" suspension bridge and set against the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains, Greenville boasts a thriving arts scene, hundreds of restaurants, shops and boutiques, popular annual festivals, numerous historic sites and museums housing significant art collections. Excellent interstate service and a user-friendly international airport make access easy.
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4 based on 256 reviews
We've visited this restaurant twice since we've arrived in Greenville. I do appreciate the complimentary chips and salsa - yummy and a variety of sauces to complement them. We enjoyed the food, but had two different experiences during our two visits. It was a bit difficult to communicate our preferences, but overall it was fine.I wasn't a fan of the dark-ish atmosphere, and for that reason, I would probably eat elsewhere next time.
4 based on 105 reviews
Scratch Kitchen. Craft Bar. Locally owned. Sold over 210,000 Tacos to date
We live very close to Tipsy Taco but have never been here. Last night, we decided to give it a try and the food was very good. We sat in a covered outdoor terrace where the floors were filthy. Isn't anyone responsible for cleaning up a bit? If not, you need to have someone occassionally sweep the salsa, french fries, napkin bits, and a number of other food items that we unrecongizable. We were curious what the kitchen was like that was not visable to the public! Yuk! Also, have never been to a Mexican restaurant where they don't serve you chips and salsa. May have been an oversight by our server or maybe, you have to order them here.
4 based on 192 reviews
Six of us came to hear the Christmas big band show and what a mess! Two did not get their orders. An incorrect burger order sat in the middle of the table so those without food ate the fries. The correct burger arrived with no fries. The waiter said heâd bring more if we paid for them! Really? And the other person got tacos instead of nachos. Incorrect order #2. Big band night is wonderful but this was very poor customer service.
4 based on 267 reviews
There are more than 100 Chuy's restaurants around the country, but I'd somehow managed to miss them all until this past Saturday when we visited this one on Greenville's busy, busy Woodruff Road. I love eateries with lots of personality, and this one certainly filled the bill; I could have easily spent half an hour just checking out the wall art and the hubcap-festooned ceiling. The food was tasty and generously portioned, and we got friendly, attentive service. I'll be back the first chance I get, but I might not be so quick to order a beer. They don't have beer on tap here, and my bottle of Dos Equis set me back $5.25.
4 based on 75 reviews
We are a fast casual dining restaurant with a great atmosphere and stellar food! We have a walk-up and order counter, quick service, delicious tacos as well as margaritas, sangrias, and the great Birds Fly South brews on tap. We are located in a newly dev
White Duck Taco is in an up and coming area near downtown Greenville. It has a great vibe at a good price. I went at lunchtime, but I think the area would be fun for an evening casual outing too. The menu is a la carte so you can get just what you want. The menu board is big, bold, and super easy to read as you stand in line to order. The ingredients are fresh, flavorful, and unique. For example they have a house kimchi or pickled watermelon rind. There are also good eats for people who have a simpler palate. They offer a salsa trio and a queso appetizer. If I were to give any criticism, it would be the chips. They were a little thick and needed more salt. But trust me, I ate my share. I absolutely recommend this casual dining taco joint for lunch or supper.
4 based on 231 reviews
For the best Southeastern Mexican zest, your first and only stop must be La Parrilla Mexican Restaurant. Since 1994, we have been serving up a Fiesta, with exciting and delicious menu items that are sure to enchant and fascinate our guests. Currently with
I'm not sure who's padding the ratings... but there has to be better Mexican food in Greenville! Having moved recently from Texas, where Tex-Mex abounds, this place would score even lower, but I've given them a geographic break. The salsa was lackluster, the beans and rice over salted while the cheese enchilada was horrible, with queso cheese inside. The beef taco was completely flavorless. The carne assada was tough and chewy. Definitely won't revisit. Hope to find better soon!!
4 based on 272 reviews
Not the beat mexican food, or even tacos, that I've ever had, but the staff and environment was good and so was the food. I went here on a business trip and tried the corn fritters which were presented nicer than I expected, colorful, and tasty. The remaining sauce was used on my taco. I tried the Mother Clucker which was recommended to me by the server...it was pulled chicken, some pico and I believe some guacamole. I liked the taste and flavor, would say it got quite messy with the juice from the chicken, but how can you avoid that and keep the chicken moist? For desert they have a selection of popsicles at the front and I grabbed 2. Great treat. On the way out the door I grabbed my wife a shirt that resembled a Hulkamania shirt, which I think she'll like "Tacomania". Later I realized I misplaced my receipt. After a quick call, the manager on duty (Christian) was able to pull up a copy of my receipt and email it to me. To me, this was going above and beyond, especially after a long night of work. It saved me a lot of trouble. The food is good. The atmosphere is good and lighthearted. The staff's friendliness is what sets the standard. Go give it a try if you're in the Greenville area.
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