Find out what Mexican restaurants to try in Tinton Falls. Tinton Falls is a borough in Monmouth County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 17,892, an increase of 2,839 (+18.9%) from the 15,053 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 2,692 (+21.8%) from the 12,361 counted in the 1990 Census.
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4 based on 106 reviews
Certainly busy and popular on a Friday night. Service was ok if not without any personality. Tampiqueno special was tasty although the cut of steak was tough it was tasty. The enchilada served with it was outstanding. Friends had enchiladas and fajitas which were plentiful. Chips come unsalted and salsa could be better due to the food being so good. Overall enjoyable.
4 based on 138 reviews
Located miles from the beach but with a relaxed beach decor this restaurant has a good mixed menu. A bowl of nacho chips is a standard. The staff were very friendly and knowledgeable. We had the soft shell crab and the short ribs sandwich both specials. Very delicious and well prepared. It was a nice day so the outdoor patio was full. Huge parking. Great lunch experience.
4 based on 54 reviews
If you're looking for a small, local place that offers something "different" for lunch give Senor Pepper a shot. Our group of 10 posed no problem. Tables were shifted and everyone seated quickly. The menu was very diverse and incredibly inexpensive! Our waitress was more than helpful! She answered every question and made recommendations to those in our group who were unfamiliar with Mexican cuisine. Our meals were prepared in the open kitchen to order with fresh ingredients and served together. Portions were more than adequate. The cascadillas, salads, and burritos were first rate. Even those in our group who had not tried Mexican cuisine before are looking to returning.
4 based on 92 reviews
Count me among the many here who are truly confused by the good reviews. Never before have I experienced the curt/rudeness of waitstaff as I did at Reynas. We visited at 7pm on a Sunday evening when the restaurant was maybe half-full. We stood there waiting for quite some time, completely un-acknowledged. Eventually, not having been here before, we assumed the lack of attention (not even eye contact) that perhaps we were meant to seat ourselves...so we sat at one of the (many) empty tables. Perhaps another 10 minutes later, the waitress finally approached our table and proceeded to berate us. Had we not been waiting for another person in our party, I would have simply walked out at this point.Though she "allowed" us to stay in the end, the service was painfully, unforgiveably slow, and we never stopped feeling like they were doing us a favor by letting us eat here. If that isn't enough to convince you, our entire party found the food to be bland and forgettable. I have no idea how anyone is still coming here - honestly, you'd be better off staying home and making it yourself.
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