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Open for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner! Started in 2016 at the beach in Misquamicut, RI by the Brown family, Hermanos Tacos enjoyed a great reputation and loyal following. Known for making everything from scratch, using all fresh ingredients, Hermanos Tacos
Wonderful Taco Truck and very reasonable prices. I ordered the "taco plate" it was fresh & delicious. They offered a choice of chicken,pork or beef.The price was so reasonable I believe less than $4.00 for the entire meal. They offer a nice menu with burritos,enchiladas ETC....There was plenty seating near by and a nice relaxing atmosphere...it is located off of the busy busy main st.Helpful, fun staff too.
4 based on 18 reviews
Right on Main Street across from the Moab Diner. Come on in and see us for authentic mexican cuisine, delicious drinks and great service!
Right around the corner from our hotel, Gonzo. perfect spot for quick dinner after a long afternoon touring arches . split the special enmpadaes with mole....huge, delicious.....more than enough for two. very reasonably priced...with 2 drinks.....$36 plus tip
4 based on 1247 reviews
This was our second night in Moab and we decided on Mexican and landed up at Fiesta Mexicana on this late September Tuesday. Our party of six arrived around 7:30. The restaurant was not full but relatively busy and we were seated right away.We were served complimentary tortilla chips and salsa. The salsa in my opinion was just okay and slightly on the spicy side.My spouse and I ordered the special of the day, enchiladas, one with chicken and the other beef. The specials were $10.95. â¢ Enchilada with beef and a beef tostado served with rice and refried beans. There was 1 beef enchilada with melted cheese and the tostatdo was a taco with beef, shredded cheese, lettuce and diced tomatoes. Bland tasting dish. â¢ Enchilada with chicken. Spouse said the chicken was dry. â¢ House Margarita ($9.99) - 18 oz with lime juice and blue agave â large serving with lots of ice that tasted okay.Breakdown of rating: â¢ Food quality and taste â Spouse did not enjoy meal. I thought my meal was bland (needed seasoning) and average at best. â¢ Value vis-Ã -vis portion size â good value but lack of quality offsets value â¢ Service â average service and the food arrived in an acceptable time. Server didnât look too happy right from the start. The waterboy was personable.Overall, just an average dining experience. I would rate it a 3 out of 5.Notes & Tips: â¢ Colourful restaurant festively decorated with bright colours â¢ We were couples and had asked for separate bills and were told 18% automatically added. Donât know if automatic 18% was added because we were a party of six or because the bill was split. â¢ Next table ordered a âMolcajeteâ â an interesting dish of protein and vegetables served in a large mortar. Those customers appear to know what they were ordering. The term âmolcajeteâ refers to the kitchen utensils â the mortar and pestle. â¢ Lots of parking when we were there on the Tuesday evening. â¢ Check website for additional information â¢ This restaurant is one of many â¢ We also ate at Pasta Jayâs and Moab Brewery for dinner. See my reviews. â¢ There are a few Mexican restaurants on Main Street. â¢ Lots of eating options on Main Street including Chinese, Italian, Japanese and Mediterranean. There is also a food truck park nearby. Grab a copy of the Moab Menu Guide for dining options. â¢ After our drive from Bryce Canyon National Park and Goblin Valley State Park, we booked into the Hyatt Place Hotel. See my review of the hotel.
4 based on 1296 reviews
We had scallops and mahi mahi with vegetables. We had guacamole and chips too. Great food and good service. Restaurant is bigger than it looks! Iâd eat here again.
4 based on 771 reviews
Family owned and operated. Making authentic Mexican food and Mexican bread.
Unless you're a solo diner, order the Charro Loco Plate and share it. It will satisfy four! Not to mention, it's also delicious.There are actaully three Charro Loco Plates, 1) vegetarian, 2) beef and chicken and 3) beef, chicken and shrimp. They are priced accordingly.The cooked pineapple adds to the flavor, and it is just amazing.We looked around the room at what other dishes folks had ordered, and they were all beautifully prepared and presented. This Mexican restaurant has all the usual favorites, but it is definitely a cut above the typical restaurant of this type.
5 based on 1327 reviews
Quesadilla Mobilla is Moab's first and only gourmet food truck, serving up delicious quesadilla's since 2012!
My wife & I walked by this place on the way to a different restaurant our first night in Moab. After a disappointing time at restaurant A... we decided to try Quesadilla Mobilla for a quick dinner! The Enchanted Chicken quesadilla was fantastic. Nothing too crazy, just the basics done very well. The salsa & cilantro sour cream on the side made it even better! I think it is reasonably priced ($8.75 for the quesadilla) that was so big we split it. I recommend the Quesadilla Mobilla for a quick lunch or casual dinner. They do have picnic tables available too.
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