Reviews on Mexican food in Prescott Valley, Arizona, United States.
Prescott Valley is a town with a current population (October 2016) of about 45,500 residents. It is located in Yavapai County, Arizona, United States, about 8 miles east of Prescott, which it has surpassed in growth. Prescott Valley was the seventh fastest-growing place among all cities and towns in Arizona between 1990 and 2000.
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Loving Mexican Food, we wanted to give this place a try. I can not imagine who would find the food here even close to good. The servers do not care if you are ok with what they bring you, and the food has a distinctive bad taste.
Azteca Grill feels like other Mexican restaurants, until you open their menu! Their specialty is seafood, from shrimp dishes, shrimp and octopus cocktails, and seafood soups, to raw oysters. Unlike other places, the oysters have an unbelievable flavor, and are served with limes. There are at least 6 different hot sauces to try on the tables as well. Happy hour is from 4-6pm and many of the dishes are discounted as well. You can get $2 Mexican beers during that time, and they have an extensive list of them.The seafood soup had a lot of meat in it and was very tasty. We tried the carne asada as well and found it authentic and beautifully prepared. I recommend this restaurant for all the seafood lovers out there.
Find your nearby Taco Bell at 7820 E State Route 69 in Prescott Valley. 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
We stopped in after a full day in Clarkdale and didn't feel like cooking dinner, so we stopped here. This is your typical Taco Bell. Not great about it. Bur we did have one complaint. It took about 12 minutes to get three tacos and a burrito. The guy ahead of us waited as long for ONE burrito! He complained. We complained. The manager was taking charge of the situation. But, It's Taco Bell! You know what your getting.
3 based on 74 reviews
We decided to give this place a try and we should have left the minute we opened the doors. The place was dirty it stunk and the server couldn't get one beer right. He had to tell her 5 times and time time she came back with the wrong beer. The food sucked and so did the service. Will never go back nor would I reccomend them to anyone.
4 based on 18 reviews
Restaurant is not flashy, however we had been regular customers because the food is authentic and with good flavor. However, our last two visits to pick up "To Go" lunches were missing items. And to drive almost half an hour for a missing lunch doesn't make a lot of sense. During our last visit we had to wait almost 1/2 hour for a simple enchilada and beef taco lunch, with an extra side of chips & guacamole. The chips & guacamole were paid for but not delivered. Several folks ordered, picked up their food and left while we waited for our lunch. Complained twice asking as to what happened to our order, but that didn't seem to help at all. Food is budget priced, but only if you receive all the items you pay for.Not going to return, there are many other good Mexican food restaurants in the Prescott Valley / Prescott area.
3 based on 95 reviews
We went here with friends after seeing a movie at Harkins; it was right next door. They set a table for 5 quickly and the waitress was quick to answer menu questions and get our drink orders. We often gauge a new Mexican place by their salsa & chips, and theirs were very good; salsa was mild-med. spicy and thick & chunky like we want, and they also offered a cheesey dip that I liked, but not my wife. I ordered their Chicken Fajita Quesadilla, and my wife had the bean Tostada, a la Carte (no side of beans & rice). She liked her Tostada (as did I, at only $4.50!), but I was not impressed with my Quesadilla. It had many chunks of diced grilled chicken and a white cheese (seemed wet, almost a sauce?), but just a few bits of onion & hardly any green peppers. The meat was not seasoned how I expected (some type of "Taco/Fajita" flavoring would've been nice... not plain chopped grilled chicken breast, almost like it was "from a bag?"), so overall my meal was... rather bland. We have other options for good Mexican food locally that we like better (Plaza Bonita in PV, Cafe Alvarez and Lindo Mexico in Prescott, even PV's Del Taco), so we likely won't be back here very soon.
4 based on 35 reviews
We were geared up for this to be special...but it was not. The dips were not very appealing and thin. The guacamole was thin and drippy. The red enchillada sauce was not spicy at ALL and tasted very strongly of cinnamon. Not my favorite for sure. Chile Rellenos tasted fine but had a thick mealy coating that was not crispy at all. Hubby had chimichangas which were barely crispy...the chicken inside was good...no complementary chile sauce at all...probably a good thing. Rice and beans were good but unexceptional.The cafe is cute, very basic and out of the way. The bill for 2 without anything fancy came to 35$ before the tip. This was more expensive than many other similar cafes in Santa Fe, Tucson or Scottsdale but not nearly as good. But the waitress was charming and very nice.
4 based on 23 reviews
Since moving from the Chicago area, we have not been able to find a decent Mole Negro. In fact, most Mexican Restaurants in the area do not even have one. We were skeptical when we saw a chicken with mole on the menu but our waitress was nice enough to bring us a sample and it was delicious. So I had the chicken enchiladas con mole and loved it. Very tasty and the shredded chicken was also excellent. My wife ordered a chicken burrito and it was huge - ate maybe a third and there was enough to bring home that we both ate it the next day. It too was excellent. We were also pleasantly surprised at the atmosphere, the furnishings, and the whole vibe - just a strip mall exterior buy nicely appointed inside. Service was friendly and attentive. We have found our go to Mexican place!
4 based on 62 reviews
The decoration of the interior of the restaurant is outstanding. The server was efficient and effective. The Sopa de Albondigas was excellent. However, the pork in the Chile Verde had little taste other than seeming to be old and the sauce was bland - very disappointing.
4 based on 70 reviews
We went on April 2nd for Taco Tuesday. I became violently ill from the experience. Sick for 4 days. Went to the doctor and she said most likely it was from whomever handled the food. Calls to management were met with indifference. Sad to say this is the last trip into this restaurant. Please clean up your act and inspect your kitchen.
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