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4 based on 249 reviews
Enjoy the rich flavors of authentic Spanish food when you dine at Malaga Spanish Restaurant in Hamilton, New Jersey. In addition to serving the best Spanish food around, we also offer professional catering services. Any of the dishes featured on our cater
Had my first experience at Malaga last night. This place is a hidden jem.First off the menu is outstanding with so many good choices and daily specials that it is hard to decide.I had the chorizo appetizer - which was amazing and the salmon dinner with a great sauce. And the other fish looked amazing as well. And the portion sizes were very generous.Everything was amazing from the bread to the service to the ambiance. Will hopefully be back soon
4 based on 59 reviews
Excellent... Great Food....Great Service... Great Atmosphere.. The best complement I can forward about the place is that their cooking exceeds almost all restaurants in Puerto Rico..... I have traveled to PR for about 26 years now, have a home there and am a crazy Hungry Gringo Foodie expert on PR cooking/ local eateries and I must say Buen Provecho has almost all of them beat...Well done . We love it.. And as simple it sounds, your waiters keep your water glass full without asking. Thatâs the way to do it... Consistently...Great place.. If your a restaurant owner and want to learn how to do it correctly, this is the place!!!!
4 based on 41 reviews
Mexican Mariachi Grill was founded on the basis of providing authentic Mexican food prepared with fresh ingredients. Our restaurant strives to provide the most value and customer experience on every meal every time. Check out our location in Ewing, NJ and
Authentic Mexican food is what is served at Mexican Mariachi Grill, 3100 Quakerbridge Rd, Hamilton Township, NJ. You must decide if authentic food is better food. I have to say that the food is reminiscent of Mexican food that Iâve eaten in the southwest. I had the special chorizo quesadilla which had Oaxaca or some other Mexican cheese that was chewy with a different taste than the Monterey Jack or cheddar that other local places use. My wifeâs enchiladas had the same cheese and a unique sauce which overpowered the taste of everything else. They have tortilla chips that are thick as pita chips to use as a vessel to savor their home made salsa. The mild tomatillo sauce was a little too bland for me. The medium sauce had a lot more going on.The building itself is located in a strip of stores. There is a large lot for parking. You can eat in or take out. If you stay you will notice that the galley kitchen is blocked from view by frosted glass. The tables are basic and the dÃ©cor is Mexican. The ceiling is full of water damage just like an old Mexican cantina with a leaky roof. Maybe thatâs being a little too authentic. I will return and I think you should give Mexican Mariachi Grill a try.
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