Find out what Mexican restaurants to try in Doswell. Doswell is an unincorporated community in Hanover County in the Central Region of the U.S. Commonwealth of Virginia. Originally called Hanover Junction, it was located on the Virginia Central Railroad, which later became part of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad (C&O) at a crossing of the Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad, a north-south route. Both railroads are now owned by CSX Transportation, although the former Virginia Central line is leased to a short-line carrier, Buckingham Branch Railroad. The area near the Doswell train station is a popular train-watching site for railfans.
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4 based on 46 reviews
We make the trip on 95 from DC to Newport News a lot. Most of the time we hit the drive throughs. This time we had a little leeway on arrival time and I thought we would take a chance. VERY GLAD WE DID. Nice selection of inexpensive, filling lunch specials. We had a chicken Poblano mole dish and a baked chicken dish. Both came with beans and Spanish Rice. Each was really really tasty. The baked chicken was moist and had a nice flavor seasoned with paprika (we think). I really like the Poblano mole sauce which was pleasantly sweet.As at most Mexican restaurants we got chips and salsa, but we also got some "cool ranch" which was a nice twist. There are 12-15 lunch specials that run 6.50 to 7.00 (less than a Micky D's No.1 meal!). They also have a large selection one step up (8-10) that look great too. Service was quick, friendly and efficient. As several reviews mentioned, the place is painted a welcoming orange and the seats/benches are all the cool carved and painted furniture!! We will be back to this place on our trips up and back!!! I suggest you try it out.
4 based on 110 reviews
The frozen margaritas and guacamole were great. My wife had the chicken Fajita Quesadilla which was great tasting and huge. I had the chicken California Burrito which was terrific and again was huge. Service and atmosphere were both very good.
4 based on 38 reviews
This is an second review. There is new ownership and management of Maya Grill. Tonight we two customers were very disappointed. The plantains were unavailable, and the waiter seemed to be suggesting they may not carry them any more. My tostada came without the avocado or sour cream. When I informed the waiter, he looked puzzled and to go read the menu to check the ingredients, then offered to bring me some on the side, saying the cook was new. The chicken on the tostada was thin, small, dried-out shreds, the beans were intact bland pintos (unlike the previous flavorful Central American pureed style). My husband found a piece of bone in his enchilada. The check was for $1.00 more than the printed price for the tostada (I showed the waiter the price on the menu and again, after a puzzled look, he corrected it). We will miss the quality Yucatan-style food and the friendly atmosphere we appreciated at the original Maya Grill.
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The service at this Taco Bell is very slow. It's a clean and friendly place, but don't go if you are in a hurry. I usually have to check my bag twice, I learned to do this the hard way multiple times. Service is friendly, just could be a little faster, especially for fast food.
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