Discover Restaurants offering the best Mexican food in Saddle Brook, New Jersey, United States. Saddle Brook is a township in Bergen County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the township's population was 13,659, reflecting an increase of 504 (+3.8%) from the 13,155 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn declined by 141 (-1.1%) from the 13,296 counted in the 1990 Census.
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4 based on 66 reviews
You don't have to travel to Mexico to enjoy the traditional atmosphere and Mexican cuisine at La Fortaleza! Located in Garfield, we take real pride in our authentic Mexican Gastronomy. Our dishes are prepared according to exclusive family recipes and made
First. let me say that their participation in the airline miles dining program brought us here. Their front door is somewhat scary, like the entrance to a Speakeasy. The interior is dimly lit with a garish decor against a black ceiling. There were no prices listed on their specialty drinks menu. We ordered soft drinks and were brought a can of soda sand a bottle of Snapple; we had to ask for glasses of ice. Even though it was after lunch and there were only about 15 people present it took a long time for our entrees to arrive. It seemed even longer because no complimentary chips and salsa were provided to whet our appetites. My barely warm bland Chicken Enchiladas came on a hot plate with lots of lettuce. My spouse's Combo Fortaleza had nice seasoning although a somewhat salty flavor. The rice and beans were average. After the disappointing entrees, we skipped the $6 Flan. They have 1/2 price Happy Hour drinks and Nachos & Wings Mondays through Thursdays that would might motivate you to visit during that time. Just don't go with high expectations for other choices on the menu.
3 based on 18 reviews
I found their oily chips and watery salsa left an aftertaste in my mouth. They offered several appealing specialty Margaritas for less than $8.50. We had their Monday "All You Eat" special for $11.95 (children under 12; $6.95) featuring soup and 22 popular choices with rice and beans. The Lime soup was packed with chicken and chips and topped with melted cheese. My #10 watery taco contents sogged up the adjacent Chimichanga on plate. Both had plentiful chicken contents but little else was noteworthy. My spouse's #14 (one each chicken, ground beef, and cheese enchilada) were disappointing. Their rice was dry and their re-fried beans average. I closed on a high note with an excellent large, dense flan selected from their extensive dessert menu (for a Mexican restaurant). There's an expansive sports bar on one side and a large dining room on the other side of the entrance. The entrance to their parking lot comes up fast at the top of the hill on Rt 46 East immediately after the Outwater Lane overpass.
Find your nearby Taco Bell at 622 Market Street in Elmwood Park. We're serving all your favorite menu items, from classic burritos and tacos, to new favorites like the $5 Double Stacked Tacos Box, Crunchwrap Supreme, Fiesta Taco Salad, and Chalupa Supreme
Holy frijoles! What a terrible experience at this Taco Bell. A quick bite turned into a bout of agita when trying to deal with the counter help. She got my whole order wrong then argued with me about what I ordered, insisting she was right and I, the lowly customer, was most certainly wrong. She argued with the manager, obviously telling him what a huge PIA I was being because I wanted what I paid for. The manager, to his credit, made it right, but I honestly felt sorry for the man having to put up with her attitude.If you think that fast food workers deserve $15/hr minimum wage, then the least they can do is treat the customers (without whom they would have no job) with some respect! What ever happened to: "the customer is always right"?Stay away and visit any other Taco Bell
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