Best Latin restaurants nearby. Discover the best Latin food in Butler. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Latin restaurants near you.. Butler is a borough in Morris County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 7,539, reflecting an increase of 119 (+1.6%) from the 7,420 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 28 (+0.4%) from the 7,392 counted in the 1990 Census.
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4 based on 43 reviews
Since it was always crowded when I passed by at dinnertime, I opted to stop in for lunch. The meal began with good, spicy salsa but stale chips. The server brought out a complimentary tasty cheese Quesadilla after we ordered. I swear that our orders arrived in less than 3 minutes! My Chicken Enchiladas were good with a strong flavor in the sauce. My associate enjoyed his Chicken Tacos. I disliked their firm, dry rice, but the refried beans were decent. The complimentary Banana Chimichanga was excellent for dessert, as was the Flan. They offer Mexican sodas, but do not give free fountain soft drink refills. You can dine inside or out, but it's a small place and parking appeared limited. They offer a full bar. Exceeded expectations.
4 based on 26 reviews
CHANOS is a vibrant celebration of the diverse cuisine of Mexico & Latin America! A family owned fast-casual kitchen, using fresh natural ingredients. We take great pride in our mouthwatering approachable menu, with recipes that we love and have perfected
Just came across this venue during a work function and we've been ordering here since. The food is very good and not over priced like most other restaurants around these days. We really enjoy it and plan to continue ordering take out from here!Thank you so much for your review! Glad you have enjoyed our food and plan to continue ordering!
4 based on 52 reviews
Until I had the opportunity to explore more of the Mexican restaurants in my area, this was a go-to restaurant for me. This restaurant is closed on Mondays and is BYOB. It is small with limited seating, especially for large groups. With the small space, tile floor and televisions, it can be quite loud when there is a full house. I enjoyed the dishes on the menu such as their burrito and enchilada, the bistec dishes and also a special they had one day of posole. The green and red sauces are flavorful too. I visit these Mexican restaurants with friends who are Mexican so they give me great insight into what is 'authentic'. When another Mexican friend was visiting, they conversed with the woman working there (one of the owners?) about intensifying the spices for their palates. She explained that the dishes are tamed down for the general American palate but that she would ask the chef to do so. I don't know what was said to the chef, or if she was having one over on us, but the spice added to my dish was so intensely spicy, I could not taste anything for hours. It was overwhelming and slightly painful. My Mexican friends also deemed it too spicy and basically inedible.I realize we asked for them to make a difference, but when we explained it was too much, the woman simply laughed. Needless to say, I have not returned and have no intention of doing so. There are MUCH better Mexican restaurants - more authentic AND cheaper with larger portions -- in an area only two towns away.
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