Discover Restaurants offering the best Mexican food in West Richland, Washington, United States. West Richland is a 22-square-mile (57 km) city in Benton County, Washington, United States. The population was 11,811 at the 2010 census. The city is generally included in the Tri-Cities along with Kennewick, Richland, and Pasco.
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Find your nearby Taco Bell at 2485 Queensgate Dr. in Richland. 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.
Every single time I go to Taco Bell I receive someone who is either trained improperly, having a bad day, or is just simply an angry or irritable person. Furthermore, every time place an order with them, and go over it with them before it's paid for they somehow get the order incorrect. Recently, my husband spent 11 days in the hospital. We brought him home, and all he wanted was tacos. We went through Taco Bell thinking it would be quick, and easy. We were wrong! It took much longer to place our order than it should have because the person taking our order was completely rude, and would not listen to what I was saying. Then the order was incomplete, and not only incomplete, it was incorrect. Don't even think about asking for sauce either. You either will not get it, or you'll get a dirty look just for asking. I don't think we'll return for a while.
Find your nearby Taco Bell at 1825 George Washington Way in Richland. 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 Su
When I want a quick and cheap lunch I can always count on Taco Bell. Currently they're featuring Frito burritos for a buck. Get a couple of those and a Coke and you have a simple, tasty, fast food lunch that is hard to beat. If you are concerned about your waistline, afraid of consuming GMO's, want gluten-free food, expect a waiter to keep your glass of water full or want to beer to go, Taco Bell is not for you. Otherwise it's fast food that ain't too bad.
3 based on 26 reviews
Don't let the name fool you - owner, menu, & staff have all changed in 2016. Was still fine in Jan but we had the worst experience in March. The salsa had no flavor...mild enough for babies and great grandmas. No spicy salsa option. Beans and chicken were way overcooked. No one in our party had good food. Staff could hardly communicate. We'll never go back.
Small and charming, all hand made to order. We sat at the counter and watched the cook. Everything was prepared on the spot. Friendly, good value, and great food, what else could you ask for? Check them out!
4 based on 34 reviews
The menu is really good with lots of variety. Inspite of being vegetarians we were able to pick from a lot of options. They also have a Healthy menu list that I really appreciated. Their kids menu is also big and is really cheap. Service was fast and efficient. Free chips and salsa too.Food was very tasty and portions were reasonable. We got the free deep fried icecream for dessert through yelp check in and it was super delicious. Itâs a great family restaurant.
3 based on 89 reviews
We went here for dinner because it was just across the parking lot from the hotel. The place is clean and the decor is charming-tacky Mexican (pink, with sombreros and parrots). The food arrived hot and fast. The portions were generous. The taste was bland, but could be kicked up a notch with a bit of hot sauce. Friendly Latino staff. Not good for romantic dinner for two (screaming babies, toddlers-on-the-loose) but fine for quick, tasty supper.
4 based on 11 reviews
My wife and I made our first visit to Miss Tamale just before closing on a Saturday. We opted for take out so we wouldnât keep the staff there way past closing. We tried tamales, a burrito, the pozole, and rice and beans. It was all great. Among the best tamales Iâve had (and I grew up eating home made tamales in New Mexico. ). Weâll definitely be returning. Very fun artwork on the walls and friendly staff.
We actually ended up here in a very roundabout way when the mexican place we intended to go was closed unexpectedly.It was the best accident that could have happened! The food, the fresh salsas, the giant margaritas - everything was huge, fresh and delicious!!We were warmly greeted by the hostess and the server came over to our table immediately and made several recommendations without making us feel pressured or rushed to decide.I can't wait to go back there on our next trip out to Washington state!
3 based on 47 reviews
Went Tuesday, 02/20, for super with a colleague based an a Mexican colleague's recommendation. Just terrific! Very polite, kind servers. Sat by the fire pit which felt great. I had reviewed a good review from my colleague to my inquiry re: both the Mole and Chili Colorado. I ordered the mole and it was excellent! Tasty, chocolate undertone with spices- just what I'd hoped for. Couple of unique things:The plates, the actual dishes, were very hit which kept my meal warm until I finished it. And the tortillas were cooked on a consul so they had great texture and color. Can't recommend this place enough. Be back on next business trip.
4 based on 78 reviews
Came in and ordered taco enchilada combo which comes with rice and beans. No drink. Went to the restroom and came back to my table to find chips and a little decanter of salsa. by the time I poured my salsa the piping hot plate was set in front of me. Chips were fresh and salsa was good and a little spicy. Cost was $8. I would definatly cone back here if in the tri cities area. Also staff is super friendly.
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