Discover Restaurants offering the best Mexican food in Lancaster, California, United States. Lancaster /ˈlæn.kæstər/ is a charter city in northern Los Angeles County, in the Antelope Valley of the western Mojave Desert in Southern California. As of 2013, Lancaster was the 31st largest city in California. Lancaster is part of a twin city complex with its southern neighbor Palmdale and together they are the principal cities within the Antelope Valley region.
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On my way back home I got really hungry and decided to eat chicken today and I'm glad I stop here .. This place was crazy busy when I got here and sure enough they have lot of people working non stop to get everyone to order and get there food in short time the whole staff was awesome I got the 2 pics meals and the Original pollo bowl the food was delicious and the store was supper clean I'll definitely will come back and eat here often ...And there is one older lady God bless here heart she was going like she really own the place (I mean she was going 100 mph) and she was cleaning and make sure everyone is happy with there food and asking to pick up tray and she is doing here job with love & hard work and she got all my intonation after seeing here really happy with what she doing ...and I try to take pictures for the restaurant and she was in the picture god bless your heart (MOM)I'm going to call here (MOM) with all my respect...Keep up the good work everyone...Thank you for taking the time to share your kind words with us. I am thrilled to hear that you had a wonderful experience, and will be sure to share your compliments with our team!Thank you for being such a great fan and we look forward to seeing you again soon!
4 based on 10 reviews
The first restaurant was opened in 1983 in San Diego by Ralph Rubio and his father, Ray, who started the fish taco phenomenon that spread across the nation. Today, Rubioâs menu has grown from The Original Fish TacoÂ® to include additional chef-crafted seaf
If you are pressed for time so it is better fast food choice. Food was pretty decent. It is self-service. Prices not high.
3 based on 41 reviews
Stopped in at 7 on a Sunday evening and it was all but empty...Now I am understand why it is empty. Chips and salsa placed on table: Salsa is bland and lacks flavor. Chips although warm, taste like they came from a bag.Carnitas plate with a side of abodigas soup and corn tortillas: I get flour tortillas nd they don't bring the abondigas.Carnitas is bland and lacks flavor.Rice is bland and lacks flavor.Beans are bland and lacks flavor.Pico de Gallo is bland and lacks flavor.The is the first time I've had bad-really poor Mexican food!
4 based on 10 reviews
If you like Mexican food and a good friendly atmosphere then Don Juan's is the place for you, great Mexican food, service is terrific, they make you feel welcome every time you eat there. The Margarita's are very good, very good selection of beers. Has different seating areas and a bar. great place to relax.
We could not have been happier to have found Don Gus! We were visiting the area from out of town, hungry, and how very lucky we were! We were warmly greeted and promptly seated by the ownerâs daughter. The decor was very pleasant. Our servers were family members too. Our guacamole was prepared table side on a colorful serape-draped cart. It was so fresh! My husband and I both had steak fajita salad and it arrived on a cart also, sizzling and with such an enticing aroma as the meat was mixed into the salad and dressed. The flavor did not disappoint - it was scrumptious! And another fabulous component of our wonderful lunch at Don Gus â a serenade by the lovely and talented Dueto Alanniz! Their harmonic voices and warm smiles together with live guitar music truly made a lunch we will not soon forget! (We were told they play every Sunday afternoon.) GRACIAS to the Don Gus family for such a wonderful meal and experience!
4 based on 8 reviews
This is a newer place, it is super clean, the staff are really super friendly. The food is excellent as always, very fast service, clean condiment table. One of the best around
4 based on 16 reviews
We came for lunch and ordered a shrimp burrito and a bowl of albondigas soup. The filling of the shrimp burrito was really soupy with about 6 pieces of shrimp and not much flavor. The albondigas soup was very salty and I usually love all things salty, but even I couldn't finish the soup. On the positive side, the service was good, as was the chips and salsa.
4 based on 30 reviews
I went for a wedding and reception this year. It was in the Banquet Room. The restroom is absolutely filthy disgusting. The baseboards are black not because they are painted black but because they are dirty. There was a water leak from the water pipe connected to the toilet water tank and they put a bucket to catch the drip. The sink looked like it has never been cleaned for a year. The floor is screaming, "Mop me!". If the restroom is looking like that, what one expects of their kitchen. Am wondering how may sanitation citations this restaurant have received. No, am not a fan.
4 based on 53 reviews
Rusten House has had a loyal following for years. They have the albondigas soup my husband loves and hard shell tacos with either ground beef like my husband likes, or carne asada which is my preference. All the usual other stuff, burritos, enchiladas, chile relents. Reasonable prices. Give 'em a try!
4 based on 57 reviews
I have grown up in the Antelope Valley and I just recently found this little gem in Antelope Acres. The service is great, the food is very authentic and very good. They just recently moved into their new building. This is now my favorite Mexican Restaurant in the Antelope Valley.
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