Discover Restaurants offering the best Mexican food in Warr Acres, Oklahoma, United States. Warr Acres is a city in Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, United States, and a part of the Oklahoma City metropolitan area. It was established after World War II by C.B. Warr, a dynamic businessman, builder, and commercial developer. The population was 10,043 at the 2010 census.
Find your nearby Taco Bell at 4839 NW 39th Street in Oklahoma City. 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 Supr
This Taco Bell doesnât disappoint. The employees are what makes a difference in a chain restaurant. In this case, the place is clean and the employees are engaged and polite.
4 based on 24 reviews
Wow we were really surprised that this place was really so good. The service was very friendly courteous and helpful. The top shelf guacamole was outstanding ...the green chile verde Colorado was very good. The rice and beans were very good. the red sauce my wife had on her bean burrito was delicious. Everything was very very good. This is a place you want to go for good Mexican food. Outstanding all the way around with prices really good.
4 based on 17 reviews
Chili's is a great place to take your family, lots of good choices on the menu, and for everyone's taste. We enjoy the great service, clean restaurant, comfortable atmosphere. We have our favorites in Oklahoma City and Yukon, but any Chili's we have every eaten in throughout the country has been satisfying. The food is always as it should be, hot or cold, and very tasty.
4 based on 30 reviews
Pretty good Mexican food. Decent margaritas and good service. I thought some of the items were a little bland and could have had more flavor, the beef for instance didnât have much flavor. It was nice to get salsa and queso for free. It was good, but not spectacular
4 based on 14 reviews
Get the Baja Fish fish tacos. They are excellent!My husband came home food from El Pollo Chulo. We've never eaten there before, so we didn't know what to expect. He said that the service was great and noticed the owner working behind the counter.Choosing from the array of fresh ingredients my husband ordered two burritos, three each of the beef and chicken street tacos, and three fish tacos--all made right there in front of him. The burritos were hand-rolled, grilled over an open flame for a slight crispy texture, packed tight, and filling. The salsa included was light, flavorful, and not so darn spicy that it fries your taste buds, ruining them for the rest of the meal.Both the beef and chicken street tacos were delicious and had far more authentic Mexican flavor that you'd expect to get at most Mexican food chains. If forced to choose between the two meats, we recommend the chicken. The seasoning was spot on--not that the beef wasn't really good, too.By far our runaway favorite part of the meal were the Baja fish tacos. The accompanying Baja dressing made them amazing. Heat with sweet! Yum! Those fish tacos are worth going back for, time and time again.And we will.
4 based on 32 reviews
I read about this restaurant in Edible OKC magazine. We drove from Bricktown to partake of the The Lamb Birria, succulent stewed shredded lamb served with fresh lime, cilantro, sliced radishes, chopped red onions with habanero peppers, corn tortillas & crunchy tortillas. Delicious! Totally worth the drive.
4 based on 23 reviews
The staff, the sauces, the meals--Together these make up one fine Mexican food dining experience at Alfredo's Mexican Cafe. Clean as a surgery room, fresh everything, and laid back atmosphere and staff make this very worthwhile. Te va a encantar aquÃ.
Been here for lunch on a former visit, tonight dinner with brother when son & I got into town. If you are looking for ambience, in the evening, there is none. It is way too bright for my taste. I'm very picky about lighting especially in the evening But if you want great chips, salsa, quest, yes you are in the right place. I had 2 chicken enchiladas and they were simply outstanding. We all enjoyed our food. I really enjoyed my Corona with lime on the rim, delicious. Nice service we were very happy and full when we left.
4 based on 1094 reviews
Serving friend and family a delicious meal in your home is deeply embedded in Mexican culture. With that in mind, Ted Curtis, our founder, set out to create a welcoming restaurant inspired by that experience. We are rooted in serving the best Mexican food
I live in Tucson, where we have great Mexican and Southwestern restaurants in dozens of styles of regional Mexican cuisine. I would classify Tedâs as Tex-Mex or border style and, unfortunately, many places that serve this fare cut corners and disappoint. Tedâs does it perfectly. They obviously use quality ingredients and prepare the dishes skillfully. The portions are generous and the complementary chips and salsa should come with a warning: If you are used to chips from a bag and salsa from a jar, you will not be able to resist Tedâs homemade and risk filling up before you get your meal.Your review just made our day, Peter! Thank you so much for coming to give our restaurant a try and for taking a moment to leave this great review. We work hard to make all of our dishes from scratch and with bold, fresh flavor. Hopefully, you'll be in Oklahoma City again soon so you can try even more of what we have to offer. Our fresh chips, salsa, and tortillas will be waiting!Have a great day,Ted's Management
4 based on 58 reviews
We went here for a business meeting and all were pleased with the food quality and quantity. Our table consisted of two no- to- low carb people, a gluten free person and me. I'll eat anything! Anyway all ate well and were satisfied. Understated in presentation but we didn't go here for a high end trendy experience. We'll be back!
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