Reviews on Mexican food in Linden, Michigan, United States. Linden is a city in Genesee County in the U.S. state of Michigan. Linden is surrounded by Fenton Township and is a few miles northwest of the city of Fenton. The population was 3,991 at the 2010 United States Census, an increase of 39.5% from 2000.
Things to do in Linden
4 based on 266 reviews
Lindsay was a wonderful server and food was great as usual. Had a chili relleno dinner. Delicious! Salsa is the best with great cilantro flavor. Hubby had soup and salad and was just as happy. Margarita was just perfect! What could be better? Restaurant needs a deep clean. Close for a day and power wash the place. Floor in ladies room is so slippery. Is it grease in the air?
4 based on 87 reviews
It was taco Tuesday so had tacos. Had refried beans & rice also. Both beef & chicken tacos were tasty & side dishes. Will return
Find your nearby Taco Bell at 3234 Owen Road in Fenton. 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 come
This is an updated review based on my last several visits to this specific location in the last month. The service here is declining and they don't seem to care. The drive through is often courtious, but that's about the best I can say. On my last visit the kid who took my order simply handed me items without a bag which I had to ask for since my order was to go. The amounts are dwindling like they are trying to make up for shortage in product. We were told on one order that they were out of a lot of things, and almost out of beef meat. When we got our order, there was some of everything else and very, very little taco meat to our item. You could see it, sort of, but you couldn't taste it. Other items were lots of sauce and less of the other toppings. It seems slapped together, which is true of most Taco Bells if we're all being honest about it, but worse than usual. It still offers a variety of items and value prices on things, but the care, quality, quantity, and level of service is declining. On one visit, the interior of the restaurant was very foggy inside. If it were'nt for a couple of cravings from time to time, I would have to seriously consider either another location which would be a further drive away or another restaurant.
4 based on 39 reviews
El Topo serves traditional Latin American street food to-go with a fresh, creative menu from Executive Chef Jody Brunori of The Laundry. Service is primarily take-out with limited space for sit-down dining. Of particular interest is the vending machine lo
Sat outside for dinner here. Sat quickly and quickly greeted by our friendly server. Had the fried avocado taco, the carne asada and the triple sampler appetizer (quac, salsa and queso.) The food is served in plastic baskets with the rice and beans served in styrofoam containers-we each upgraded so that meant 4 styrofoam containers for us. Seems a little wasteful and not necessary. Liked the rice, but the beans were the solid pinto beans and not something I would order again. Everything else was good-lots of options on the menu. Will visit again to try some of the other options.
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