Find out what Mexican restaurants to try in Loveland. Loveland (/ˈlʌvlən/ LUV-lən) is a city in Hamilton, Clermont, and Warren counties in the southwestern part of the U.S. state of Ohio. Considered part of the Greater Cincinnati area, Loveland is located near exit 52 off Interstate 275, about 15 miles (24 km) northeast of the Cincinnati city limits. It borders Symmes, Miami and Hamilton Townships and straddles the Little Miami River. The population was 12,081 at the 2010 census and was estimated at 12,732 in 2016. Once a busy railroad town, Loveland is now a major stop along the Little Miami Scenic Trail.
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4 based on 16 reviews
After a conversation with a Latino friend of ours, we decided to try La Jaiba. We ordered a lunch combination. We were disappointed. The chicken was "pulled" but tasted as though it had been steamed or reheated. It lhad that "sitting-in-the-refrig- and-then-reheated" flavor. The tomato topping was typical, nothing spectacular. Added avocado or guacamole was good. Portions were HUGE, with first two baskets of tortilla chips free. The free salsa was delicious with lots of cilantro and lime. The rice and beans were really good. They were willing (and successful) in making my lunch dairy free, omitting the cheese and sour cream, for which I was grateful. ( I really hate sending my lunch back while everyone else digs in!)La Jaiba is small, tucked away in a strip mall's corner. There's seating for about 40 people. Mexican music is playing, which adds nicely to the atmosphere. Proverbial TV's playing but tuned to Spanish TV stations. I think La Jaiba has a lot of great possibilities, but needs a little help on the quality of its offerings. Just a tweak here and there would add greatly to the overall taste.
If your staying at the Hilton across the street stop by if you have never had a Cincinnati style cheese coney. These are better than Skyline. Not a fan of there 3 way's though.
Good lunch. Nothing really special here. The carnitas was nothing more than straight roasted pork with no seasoning added. Could have been someone's anglo grandmother fixing this in the kitchen. Nice little strip mall restaurant though. Like the small salad that came on the plate.Got overcharged for the meal, but didn't notice it until writing this. Carnitas on the menu is $11.25, but I was charged $11.99. Cup of coffee was $2.10, Total was $15.05 after tax. Don't usually do this, but menu picture and receipt picture attached.
4 based on 37 reviews
Skyline Chili restaurant chain. Famous for secret recipe Cincinnati-style chili & fast, friendly dine-in & drive-thru service. Serving Cheese Coneys, Ways, Greek Salad & more great-tasting food since 1949. Locations in OH, NKY, IN & FL. Grocery products a
Traveling on I-71 we were watching for a spot for a quick lunch on the way home from Louisville, KY. We spotted on those "highway logo signs" that listed SKYLINE CHILI at exit #28. The actual restaurant is actually about 2.5 miles from the interstate but it's well worth the short drive.The restaurant was very clean and the service was very fast and efficient. Our waitress was at our table almost before we were seated. She took our orders and our food was served within 5 minutes. Being a big fan of Skyline Chili, my meal was as good as I expected. Skyline Chili is always a good choice for comfort food. After eating too much turkey (and fixings) for Thanksgiving - Skyline offered an excellent change of pace.Well worth driving 2.5 miles from the freeway.
4 based on 33 reviews
First time here as I'm in town on business. Fantastic food!! Got the fresh made chips, perfectly salted. The Salsa Bar was great. Tried the chorizo and potato taco and a flank steak taco. Both were excellent. The highlight was the Braised Beef Empanada, outstanding!!! Excellent service and great prices. Best meal I have had all week!
4 based on 70 reviews
The service was very slow. The food was good but somewhat cold and rather ordinary, nothing particularly stood out, but good Mexican food.
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