Reviews on Mexican food in Berea, Ohio, United States. Berea (/bəˈriːə/ bə-REE-ə) is a city in Cuyahoga County in the U.S. state of Ohio and is a western suburb of Cleveland. The population was 19,093 at the 2010 census. Berea is home to Baldwin Wallace University, as well as the training facility for the Cleveland Browns and the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds.
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4 based on 119 reviews
Very popular restaurant and I can see why. The food is very good and there is a nice selection. The staff is fantastic and manage to stay very happy, friendly and upbeat no matter how busy the place is. We had nine people in our group and we all had a great time.
We found the portions large and food delicious on our recent lunch. I enjoyed the nachos with pork while my husband loved his burrito. Staff presented no objection to customizing our choices. Inside seating is simple & limited but clean. One bathroom available for patrons - needs a good clean.
4 based on 139 reviews
Royalton Road between I-71 and I-77 is a virtual food desert. However, on Royalton Road west of I-71 in Strongsville there is the mall and the historic downtown with dozens of restaurants to choose from. Right in the middle of these two areas on the south side of the road sits the best of the bunch, Gran Fiesta. The parking lot is large and free, the menu is extensive, and the seaters and servers are helpful and friendly. I happened to be in the area on business and needed to eat before heading home so stopped in by myself. Some greeters act like it's a pain to seat one person. Not here- I was greeted as if I was a regular and promptly had chips, salsa, and drink delivered. Waitress greeted me in Spanish but then switched to English. I tried the special soup of the day and then ordered a special dinner too. The waitress actuallytried to talk me out of it, warning me that it was a lot of food. It was- and even I couldn't eat that much. Wound up taking about half home so I had lunch the next day. The dinner had the best relleno I've had in the Cleveland suburbs and the tacos, tostadas, burrito and enchiladas were top notch as well. I have paid more at other places for one entree than I paid for the whole special dinner here. I grew up in the Southwest so always enjoy good Mexican food and I highly recommend Gran Fiesta.
Boca Loca was recently mentioned on Cleveland.com. It's close to my office, so I gave it a try. Minimal atmosphere. Open, clean space. Latin hip-hop music throughout. Friendly, exuberant staff. Ordered the "Big Wet One" with chicken, chips and salsa. Was warned that the hot salsa was very spicy- gave it a try. First- the chips were nothing to brag about- I think they might have been knock-off Tostitos. The green (medium) salsa has little flavor at all. The burrito, although huge, was very bland. The grilled chicken seemed as if it was not seasoned at all. Nothing stood out- not even the "hot" salsa. Lots of rice, very little beans. The burrito was deep-fried, which was interesting, but it really didn't add much. My meal was about $15. Boca Loca isn't bad, but it's not good either. Kind of institutional tasting. I don't think I'll be back.
Find your nearby Taco Bell at 17565 E Bagley Rd. in Middleburg Heights. We're serving all your favorite menu items, from classic burritos and tacos, to new favorites like the Naked Chicken Chalupa, $5 Double Stacked Tacos Box, Crunchwrap Supreme, Fiesta T
My nephew enjoyed a late night snack of two regular crunchy tacos & two Doritos locos tacos with a Mountain Dew Baja Blast. He was provided with more than enough taco sauce, evidently important as he made sure he had plenty before we drove off. I passed on ordering anything but he enjoyed the food and that was the most important thing to me!
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