Reviews on Mexican food in Harker Heights, Texas, United States. Harker Heights is a city in Bell County, Texas, United States. As of the 2010 census there were 26,700 people, 9,488 households, and 7,139 families residing in the city, up from a population of 17,308 in 2000. This makes Harker Heights the third largest city in Bell County, after Killeen and Temple. Incorporated in 1960, the city derives its name from one of the two original landowners and founder, Harley Kern. Harker Heights is part of the Killeen–Temple–Fort Hood Metropolitan Statistical Area. People usually refer to the town as just "Heights".
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4 based on 109 reviews
Rosa's Cafe is an upscale, fast-casual restaurant concept. Boasting the attributes of most full-service, sit-down Mexican food restaurants, Rosa's Cafe is unique in having an express drive-thru window to complement their authentic and colorful interior de
This is not the best mexican food I have ever had but it was still really good. I had the enchiladas with beans and rice and it was tasty. The place is an order before you sit place and is very casual. I went with a large group and everyone liked what they had. The homemade tortillas were a little thick for my preference but still really good and fresh. I wouldn't hesitate to eat here again.
We had breakfast at this location. I had the huevos divorciados. The plate was served with retried beans, home-fried potatoes, 1 slice of bacon and two fried eggs each on a soft corn tortilla. One was served with green sauce and one with red sauce. It was also served with fresh tortillas. Everything was quite good; flavors were great. My wife had two bacon, egg, and cheese tacos that she really enjoyed. There were also chips and salsa served before the meal. Total bill was about $13. We will return.
3 based on 15 reviews
Taken by family to this very colourful mexican restaurant with exotic decor and furniture, Caters very much for families,menu items all reasonably priced.Service was prompt and polite with no language problem.Drinks were more like works of art than cocktails but I stuck to a good old fashioned Glenfiddich on the rocks, the bottle looked as though it had not been off the shelf for years and staff did not know what to charge, I ended up with the bargain of the night. Food was a bit of a mystery to me but family assured me it was the best Mexican in town. Steak I had was apparenly from around the cow,s stomach, I'll have chicken next time!!
3 based on 12 reviews
The food is fresh. You can select your own ingredients. Excellent healthy/vegetarian options. Love the cilantro lime rice and guacamole/chips. Staff is friendly, helpful and without a high turnover rate. Restaurant is clean. Zero problems in the 40+ times I have eaten there. Would highly recommend
3 based on 45 reviews
This is one of my favorite restaurants but today ruined it for me. I asked for a margarita that the waitress made himself and it was completely water down so when the bartender came back I asked if he could remake it, 1st they gave me a hard time but he finally made it again by taken the same mix I had in the glass adding more ice to it and than blending it smh. The staff was to visit eating KFC in the front tables so we didnât get the same service as usual. We never got a Refil on our drinks note they came back to check on the table. I asked for a queso flameado and I got a plate full of burned cheese
4 based on 33 reviews
Although the food is vert good at this Chili's the one thing that makes it really great is the one server we always ask for when my wife and I eat there. Her name is Jennifer Simmons and she is an exceptional server. We did not know her at all until one day we went there and she happen to serve us. She did such an exceptional job that we started to ask for her whenever we stop by for something to eat. It is so great that as soon as we walk in she already knows what we want to drink and what appetizer we are going to have before ordering. She always makes sure that our food is cooked the way we like it and that we are totally satisfied with our visit there. If you want some good food then stop by this restaurant but make sure you ask for Jennifer.
4 based on 42 reviews
At Palmeras, we believe in 4 things: quality of food, service, ambiance, and consistency. Serving the finest tex-mex in Market Heights, our fresh-picked vegetables, quality meats, and contemporary menu items are crafted with passion and precision.
Friday, July 12, at 4:20pm we arrived for early dinner at Palmeras Tex-Mex Con SABOR. . At our request, the hostess seated us in a both in the bar area. We were the only guest in that area. All the other tables were cluttered with food and plates and had not been bused. Hostess left menus with us and we sat there for 10 minutes. No one spoke to us, no one took our drink order, no one acknowledged us. I believe there were two tables occupied on the opposite side of the restaurant. We made a total of about 6 guests. The bartender was five or six feet away, she ignored us. A blond waitress walked by us twice and never a acknowledged or spoke to us. After 12 minutes I returned to the hostess and asked to speak to the manager. She said there was no manager, but "I can re-seat you." No thanks, We left. There are so many choices of good restaurants in our area. We're giving our business to those who appreciate their guests and hire staff that reflect this. We will never return to Palmeras Tex-Mex Con Sabor and neither will our family.Hello, John. My name is Isaac Hernandez, and I'm the GM for Palmeras. Thank you so much for taking the time to give us your feedback. Iâm truly flabbergasted by the situation that took place! We here at Palmeras take pride in our hospitality, and this is not acceptable by any means! The individuals involved will be dealt with promptly! I want to apologize personally and re-invite you and your family back out to give us another chance. Just ask for Isaac the GM.
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