Find out what Mexican restaurants to try in Westlake Village. Westlake Village is a city in Los Angeles County on its western border with Ventura County. The population was estimated to be at 8,473 in 2014, up from 8,368 at the 2000 census. The headquarters of the Dole Food Company is also located in Westlake Village.
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Quick, tasty, cheap fast food! Nothing gourmet, yet no one ever considered Taco Bell to be gourmet. It simply is what it claims to be, inexpensive, reliable, and consistent. Restaurant was clean. My only complaint is there should be more than one person working the counter during the lunch hour. That kept it from being truly fast food.
Stopped in for lunch for the first time. The food was delicious. We ordered the Tom Ka Gai soup with coconut milk along with Pad Thai chicken & Shrimp and also Red Curry Chicken. It was ALL delicious. Note: We went on a Sunday and they are scheduled to open at noon but didn't open until 12:20.
4 based on 13 reviews
I stopped by for their free burrito promotion yesterday and tried their Sofritas (tofu) tacos. They were pretty good. I like they make it in front of you and you can choose what to have them put on the tacos. The three tacos were pretty filling. The put so much stuff (brown rice, black beans, salsa, cheese and lettuce that they barely fit into the basket. Due to the one day promotion, there was a long line but it went pretty quickly. It was a nice promotion - I can't wait to go back for my free burrito over the next month.
This Baja Fresh restaurant makes delicious Baja Burritos with fresh, tasty ingredients. Take-out is always prepared and package for the trip home perfectly. Has saved the day to the "What's for Dinner?" whether it's on a weeknight or a weekend. Friendly staff and excellent value. Thank you!
4 based on 11 reviews
Julio's Agave Grill in Westlake Village, CA is a premium Mexican restaurant that delivers bold Mexican flavors in every single dish it serves. This upscale Mexican restaurant and cocktail bar has a menu that includes fresh-caught seafood, thick-cut prime
We visited this restaurant 3 different times while in Westlake Village. First off...kudos to our Waitress "Jen" and Bartender "Javier", who we were lucky enough to have serve us on 2 occasions. Great service and personality and enjoyed the conversation and recommendations for dinner. The Happy Hour Cantina Menu was outstanding and had lots of choices....Street Tacos, Ceviche De Pescado and Flautas to name a few. Awesome Margaritas and you get a solid pour, i.e., they don't hide the Alcohol.Anytime we are back to visit, Julio's will get our business!Again props to Jen and Javier!
4 based on 93 reviews
In this restaurant, you decide what you want from the menus, then order at the counter, and it's delivered to your table. We sat outdoors on their patio and it was windy and chilly. Margaritas delicious! Good beer. The street tacos (1 each: chicken, steak & chorizo) were small as expected but NOTHING came on top of them....no lettuce, cabbage, sauce, nothing. Odd and weird. The nachos were large and had plenty of cheese and other things. Very good, light and crisp tortilla chips and salsa.
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