Discover Restaurants offering the best Southwestern food in Euless, Texas, United States. Euless (/ˈjuːlɪs/ YOO-liss) is a city in Tarrant County, Texas, United States, and a suburb of Dallas and Fort Worth. Euless is part of the Mid-Cities between Dallas and Fort Worth. The population was 51,277 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 823 reviews
We stopped in for an early weekday dinner. While there was some good about it, it didnât live up to the hype for us. Pros:- The space is awesome. Itâs very nicely done. - Service was great from everyone. - The carnitas sopas appetizer was outstanding. Thatâs going to be my meal next time. Cons:- I had the Hatch tacos. Though the filling was okay (just okay) I was really disappointed with the blue corn tortillas. Though they purport to be handmade, they really tasted like they were out of a box - kind of bland and flavorless. I lived in NM before, these tasted nothing close to the great ones you can get at even the cheapest roadside diner in NM, much less the high-end places. - My companion had the enchiladas del mar. While the seafood was good, the tortillas were not - they were with out âbiteâ - spongy like Ethiopian bread and not good. If Mi Dia can improve their tortillas, theyâd be up to the hype, but without getting that basic thing right they arenât there. Work on your masa recipes guys. Thank you for taking the time to leave us your feedback! We appreciate knowing where we can improve. We hope that you join us again in the future!
4 based on 343 reviews
Real Mexican food is a feast for the senses. From colorful peppers to the sounds of sizzling fajitas all the way to that incredible flavor. Each mouthful is just as much a result of the freshest ingredients as it is a result of the chef's expertise. Abuel
We were a large group, and the service was good. Most of the group enjoyed their dinners, I thought the Durango Burrito was mediocre. The chips are unsalted and fragile, so it's hard to dip salsa. Of the three salsa that are served, one is just tomato, the Verde has just a touch of heat, and the "hot" was barely warm (and none are flavorful). I wouldn't choose to return here. There must be better Mexican food here... So close to Mexico!
3 based on 72 reviews
Every day at 8 a.m., we start chopping veggies, soaking beans, and prepping our mesquite-fired grill. Not because we have to, but because we believe in delicious flavors made-to-order, from hand-rolled enchiladas to our sizzling fajitas to guacamole made
Even though I live in Tennessee now, I lived in this area for 40 years and went to this location hundreds of times over the years. The past 5 years have been really going downhill but today was an awesome visit.Although we were personally waited on by the manager due to being very low on staff, it was a great lunch.We had 14 people and there was not a single issue.Food was fresh and very fast.
4 based on 20 reviews
Donât waste your time or money!! So many other welcoming and really good Mexican food all throughout the metroplex....Villa Grande IS NOT one of them!! Manager/Hostess/Server â ALL lack enthusiasm and personality!! Food was way over priced for Mexican and high in sodium. Hostess was not welcoming. Server never checked on us for refills or anything. Manager had no sincere apology for lack of service. Would not recommend. Will not return!
4 based on 83 reviews
Unlike most "mexican " places,Rio Mambo has a wide menu selection including a number of vegetarian selection, fish, and a number of other selection. Best selection around and the food is ,service is good.We got to a number of Mexican places and egis is in our top 1 or2. There is a full bar as well.Of street parking also. There are areas set side where groups could has a little privacy but not a separate room.
4 based on 622 reviews
At Aspen Creek Grill, we offer Comfort Fresh food and hand-cut Black Angus steaks at affordable prices as well as our famous Pow Wow Shrimp! We feature a wide variety of scratch-made appetizers, entrees and side items, as well as fresh salads, Lodge Favor
Visited twice whilst staying at Best Western Irving either side of my holiday. The fried chicken salad with thousand island sauce on the first trip was divine! Jet lagged and eating at what the body thought was 3am this salad was perfect - light enough you didnât feel over full and enough that you went to bed satisfied. Second trip felt up to the rack of ribs and it didnât disappoint. First visit we were a huge group and the gentleman looking after us was fabulous! With 15 orders we expected some wait but it wasnât too bad. Look forward to coming again when Iâm next in the area.Thank you Amy for dining with us, we appreciate your kind words and look forward to seeing you again next time!
4 based on 108 reviews
(817) 545-5004 The "type of cuisine" is Tex-Mex rather than Mexican.
Taken here as an out of towner by my American chums...Had yummy chips, salsa and black bean dip....Main course was a Shrimp Enchilada which was delicious. Really really great food and everyone else's looked good.Water was quickly and regularly topped up... Thanks guys! YUM.
4 based on 82 reviews
We come to this restaurant often the chicken enchiladas are great the chips , salsa and black beans dip itâs awesome , itâs a local restaurant with great drinks they normally have special with the margaritaâs and my husband love the negro modelo on tap the service itâs very good
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