Reviews on Latin food in Lexington, Nebraska, United States. Lexington is a city in Dawson County, Nebraska, United States. The population was 10,230 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Dawson County. Lexington is located in southern Nebraska, on the Platte River, southeast of North Platte. It sits along the route of U.S. Route 30 and the Union Pacific Railroad. In the 1860s it was the location of a stop along the Pony Express.
Things to do in Lexington
4 based on 48 reviews
Love the sopes here. The owner is very friendly and the prices are great. Theyâre open Tues - Sun. Donât forget to try their enchiladas!
In Lexington you have a variety or Gispanic stores, markets and restaurants. While the food is great at each of our local Hispanic restaurants, there seems to be an edge that some restaurants have for others. Rosario's TaquerÃa, is no exception. BTW, I think the name of this restaurant is incorrect and I've notified Trip Advisor but I do not believe it has changed.While you can get burritos and tortas (Mexican sandwiches), the basic carne asada taco cannot be beat. If you have never had authentic Mexican food before, the flavor experience is quite different. In fact, there is very little that an authentic Mexican taco has in common with commercial tacos from a restaurant like Taco Bell. The carne asada or chopped steak tacos are perfect from this restaurant. They are simple, homemade white corn tortillas, meat, cilantro, onions and your choice of home made salsa. They are less than $2 each and I usually get about 4-5 and I'm good to go. You also have Mexican sources sodas and refreshing tamarind and horchata beverages. I've had the torta sandwiches and burritos and they do a great job with those too. Don't expect a bunch of extras. I do believe that you do not get chips and salsa with your meal and there is no salsa bar and at times, it can take around 10 minutes to get your food but like I always say, you can't rush perfection. The restaurant itself is newer and the atmosphere is quiet and there is plenty of space.
Restaurante para toda la familia. Un lugar acogedor para disfrutar de buena comida SalvadoreÃ±a. Ricas PUPUSAS, mojarra frita, caldo de res, caldo de gallina, fajitas de camarÃ³n y fajitas de pollo, ricos tamales de elote, y mucho mÃ¡s.
This tiny restaurant appears to be run by a mother-daughter team from El Salvador, and has clientele from the people working in the agricultural industries in the area. The food is good, interesting, and was completely unexpected in central Nebraska. Delicious, simple,cheap. No alcohol. Had pupusas, plantain, tamales, and a beef tongue burrito. Enjoyed the experience. 4 stars for the pleasure of an unexpected pleasure.
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