Discover Restaurants offering the best Latin food in Tucker, Georgia, United States. Tucker is a city located in DeKalb County, Georgia, United States. It was originally settled in the 1820s, and later developed as a railroad community in 1892. According to the 2016 United States Census Bureau annual estimate of resident population, it has a population of 35,322. In a November 2015 referendum, by a 3:1 margin (73.94%), voters approved incorporating Tucker into a city. In March 2016 Tucker residents elected the city’s first mayor and city council.
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4 based on 207 reviews
first time in atlanta for a tennis tournament and looking for a a decent non-chain place near the hotel. thanks to trip advisor reviews found this great local treasure. fantastic salsa and wonderful food. would never have found this without trip advisor.
4 based on 23 reviews
Casual authentic Peruvian restaurant specializing in Saltados!
Stopped in during Tucker Cruise In. Was busy but got seated quickly. Server was very nice and explained the drinks and food. I had the Chicha Mirada which is a purple corn juice, lime, cinnamon and sugar. Very refreshing.The Arroz Tapado was a seasoned ground beef, spices, raisins, black beans, boiled eggs and topped by a fried egg. I ate all I could, then some more. Still had stuff left for home. The Pollo Saltado was a huge portion of grilled chicken, onion, peppers and seasonings served with rice and fries.The price seems high for Tucker until you consider you are getting two meals.Everyting was well prepared and neatly served. Staff was good and friendly. Atmosphere was pleasant and allowed for conversation. They also have a bar and wine.
4 based on 61 reviews
My family and I stopped in during a visit to the Atlanta area. Iâve had good Cuban food before so know what to expect. The Cuban sandwiches were average at best. The empanadas (especially filling) were okay but the oil very heavy and old tasting. Could also be that palm oil was used and Iâm not a fan of it. The rice was good but not the best Iâve had. The black beans were flavorful and great. I also had the red snapper. Again, fried in the mystery oil so a little heavy and not fresh tasting. Also, for some reason the bottom of the pan was lined with pickles? Not so yummy when hot pickle juices soak into the fish. Sure, call me super picky but I do enjoy great food and know it when I have it. I wouldnât necessarily recommend this place but also think it has potential. A few changes to flavor profiles and preparations it could be a go to place.
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