Best Latin restaurants nearby. Discover the best Latin food in Hackensack. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Latin restaurants near you.. Hackensack is a city in Bergen County in New Jersey, United States, and serves as its county seat. The area was officially named New Barbadoes Township until 1921, but it was informally known as Hackensack since at least the 18th century. As of the 2010 United States Census, the city's population was 43,010, reflecting an increase of 333 (+0.8%) from the 42,677 counted in the 2000 Census, which had, in turn, increased by 5,628 (+15.2%) from the 37,049 counted in the 1990 Census.
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4 based on 11 reviews
The Sal & Pimienta restaurant in Teaneck, NJ has outstanding Colombian food. It is a family-owned business with the wife, husband, daughter and son all working there. They have great service and absolutely delicious fresh food every time I eat there. My favorite dish is Tilapia with mixed vegetables and tostones!
4 based on 15 reviews
Bohemia, Jersey's only AA 4 Rosetted restaurant, is located at The Club Hotel & Spa along with it's very popular bar. Bohemia was voted one of the top 25 restaurants in the UK by Egon Ronay and has been awarded a Michelin Star for the 4th year in 2008. Vo
Hag a family outing here a couple of weeks ago and had a very good time.Laughed and joked with waiters,a little too much wine at this BYOB,but very good appetizers and main entries.Way too much food,but it was our doing,we had calamari,rice balls and a shrimp appetizers and then we all shared each others mains.Colombian in name but a lot of the dishes were similar to the one we order i our favorite Cuban restaurants.A very good time was had by all.
4 based on 18 reviews
Mi Rancho opened its doors in March 2008. Our goal is to offer our customers authentic Mexican food. We have a variety of dishes for you to enjoy. Our burritos are excellent, the taco meat is perfectly seasoned and one of our specialties. We also have aut
The chicken burrito is full of fresh chicken and a mixer of fresh vegetables like zucchini and broccoli. The appetizer with shrimp, and chees stuffed in a jalapeno and wrapped with bacon is incredible!
4 based on 17 reviews
At Choripan Rodizio we pride ourselves with creating a warm atmosphere coupled with personal service. Our unique and authentic Argentinian restaurant and menu will soon be apparent as you are seated and enjoy the flavorable aromas emanating from the kitch
I came here with my family once and all of us (even the 10 year old) throughly enjoyed it. We got the most expensive steaks and they were simply delicious. The juices held together nicely within the meat because of the authentic wooden stoves they use. It gives all the food a nice char while leaving the insides tender and bloody. Aside from the blissful memories of steak and family, I decided to come back with my girlfriend and switch it up. To start they give you this delicious bread to nibble on while you wait and the crust is so crunchy while it maintains a nice warm pillow of fluffiness on the inside. Some fine bread if I must say and by the time I was done, my real meal was presented. I tried the chicken this time around and it's surprisingly right up with the steak in terms of flavor. A light garlic sauce goes a long way with the simplicity of just a plate of chicken, but keep in mind that it's just a plate of chicken. They allow you one side item because it's an entree, so i got the sweet potato fries and they were pretty good. My girlfriend got the ravioli with vodka sauce and although there were only 6 pastas total, she said her meal was very filing. The creamy sauce was delightful, but she had to scrape off a lot of Parmesan cheese from the tops of her raviolis because it was rather overwhelming. Definitely a cozy Argentinian atmosphere and the food is great, just get prepared to spend a little more to match the quality of food that you get. I'm a satisfied customer that will indefinitely return.
4 based on 19 reviews
Hackensack, NJ, is one of those older, poorer cities that tends to be visited during work hours and is a little dicey at night. But tucked away in downtown Hackensack, there is a little gem of a restaurant called Villa de Colombia.This Colombian has a modern, crisp, clean and comfortable decor and a solicitous, skilled wait staff. That's a nice base on which to build and a delicious menu completes a terrific dining experience. The shrimp in garlic butter had this little citrus finishing note that made them a delicious treat. They should use a larger shrimp, even if it adds to the price a little. At $8, it could take another hit for larger shrimp. The main courses were exciting. Bandeja Paisa, a very traditional Colombian dish, featured a crispy pork strip and a delicious steak with rice, beans and a fried egg on top. Very special. Villacol, a house specialty, is a perfectly prepared (medium rare) skirt steak accompanied by shrimp wrapped in crispy bacon and creamy smooth mashed potatoes. Villa de Colombia is a real treat, and very reasonably priced. Hackensack doesn't deserve its bad reputation, particularly when there's such a dining delight right in the center of the city.
3 based on 99 reviews
Our first Rosa Mexicano to open in New Jersey is located at The Shops at Riverside in Bergen County. The 160-seat restaurant features a spacious bar and lounge area, as well as outdoor and private dining options. Under the creative direction of architect
I came here Cinco de Mayo with 5 four friends and had a great meal. They could not have been any more busy for this rare Saturday Cinco de Mayo. I was put off going in by some of the very mediocre reviews and frankly my last experience at the Manhattan East Side Rosa was an unqualified dud. Terrifically surprised by efficient service, great drinks a great menu and very, very tasty food. Guac was great but was tableside for Cinco. Michelada was a yummy beer based Bloody Mary - very spicy in a good way. The Carnitas are terrific. My friend's Pollo & Asada looked equally so. Churros to end are yummy. I would definitely return. Nothing to worry about with the negative reviews.
4 based on 40 reviews
Excellent food in a delightful colorful setting.
Very good appetizers. We had the empanada dish and the shrimp platter. The main courses were fair. Entree choice was Lahambra and Pechuga.. The safrin rice was dry and the lahambra was very salty. No sour cream provided. The pechuga was chicken stuffed with crabmeat. My dinner guest was not impressed. The service was excellent , although they only have (15) tables.
4 based on 183 reviews
I visited this location expecting the same yummy delicious menu as the location in New Mildford. Let's start from the outside... If you are not familiar with the area and you follow the address listed on the website, you can get lost. The place is small for the amount of customers the restaurant serves. The food was between good and average... Nothing to compare with the New Mildford location. The only thing I can say if was really good, was the drink .... Passion Fruit Mojito
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