Best Mexican restaurants nearby. Discover the best Mexican food in Smyrna. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Mexican restaurants near you.. Smyrna is a town in Rutherford County, Tennessee. Smyrna's population was 39,974 at the 2010 census and 43,063 in 2013. In 2007, U.S. News & World Report listed Smyrna as one of the best places in the United States to retire.
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3 based on 7 reviews
The food is good and made to order. It was clean and the staff was courteous. Prices are reasonable/ average, but the only thing we didn't care for is the fact that they slipped in the tip on the check. Other than that everything was good.
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They have remodeled this place and the staff is excellent. They always are nice, fast and the food is pretty good for a fast food place
3 based on 26 reviews
Our takeaway from this dining experience was it had an interesting environment to dine and professional service. The servers at this establishment were all dressed in white dress shirts with ties or bow ties for the ladies. It was actually noticeable how stoic and serious they appeared. It was almost upscale attitude in the way they went about their serving us. Do not get us wrong it was a Mexican midrange dining experience. Service was not exceptional but very good. There seemed to be a seriousness not light hearted or whimsical attitude as they went about their work. Nothing bad to report on the service front. They were accommodating and very prompt in fulfilling our needs.The atmosphere was well done. It had a very good environment to dine inside or out. It was a bit hot when we were there so we opted for the inside dining. The black high back booths allowed for comfort and privacy as we dined. The pitcher of margaritas (rocks of course) was very good and a decent value if you plan to have a couple of drinks then that is the best way to go. They were not syrupy at all. It was not served with the typical sugar or salt rimmed glasses here either(for us that is neither good or bad but we just note it here as it was a different approach than most). We shared the single order of Hawaiian fajitas. They were good and plentiful for two to share. This place provided us a good value for our experience here. We would definitely return and not be afraid to recommend a stop here to others.
The owners are a group of young people who believe that good service, fresh food, kindness, and customer service is the number one priority. Our goal is to take Chagos Mexican Restaurant to another level, where our clients feel like it is their own home a
Visited my daughter and her husband from the UK and we visited Chago's twice. Service is great and the waiters very helpful. We had a variety of dishes and they were all excellent. We really liked the combos. We went on Monday and margaritas are half price. Great value!! Coming back to Smyrna at Christmas and looking forward to visiting again!!Thank you for your feedback DStokeM, We are very glad you enjoyed your visit and hoping to see you all soon. Have a great day!
4 based on 15 reviews
Went mainly to participate in karaoke, but you do feel obligated to eat as well. Held off a while until I was actually hungry and ordered the shrimp chimichanga. 9 out of 10 times I order fajitas and have had them here before. To start with, the salsa was not that good this time around. I had one taste and it seem as if the tomatoes were way over ripe - almost to the point of sour. The shrimp chimichanga was comprised of a few rubber shrimp overcooked in a deep fried tortilla wrap. The rice was OK as was the accompanying lettuce, guac, sour cream and pico. Refried beans are a joke...Extremely thin, flavorless and very small serving. They take a ladle (very small at that) then smear the beans in a thin layer on a portion of the plate. There was no density at all. That coupled with the not-so-flavorful chimichanga made the meal almost inedible. I left over half on the plate - and if you knew me - you would know that it must have really been bad.Service was fine, no complaints.
4 based on 19 reviews
Drive north on Highway One from Cabo San Lucas and you'll come across a little stretch of white sand known as "Playa Costa Azul," a.k.a. "Blue Coast Beach." Here, where the Pacific meets the Gulf of California, people from all over gather to eat Baja's fa
It's been years since I've got food here or any Blue Coast for that matter. I was in the area and decided on it for a late lunch. It was about 3pm when I arrived at the restaurant. The place wasn't busy at all. There was one other person in the restaurant eating. I ordered my regular chipotle burrito at the counter. I got the latinga chicken, with black beans, rice, cheese, sour cream, salsa, pico, and black olives. Seven bucks for a burrito isn't that bad at all. I took it to go.When I arrived at work, I noticed that the bottom of the paper bag was leaking all over my seat. The burrito is wrapped up in only aluminum foil, and there wasn't napkins in the bag either. After cleaning up my seats, I tried the burrito. The chicken was pretty dry inside, which is odd because it's usually soaking in sauce. What was worse is the rice was so HARD. I literally thought there was plastic in the burrito. I was able to spoon out most of the rice, but Halfway though the burrito, I had to throw it out. I've had hard rice at a Taco Bell, but for a 7 buck burrito? Unacceptable.
3 based on 42 reviews
We Have eaten here several times and had a good experience. This time we decided to take my mom and dad there for his Fatherâs Day dinner. The waitress was the bartender and she got our drinks and then delivered them but never came back. We waited and waited for at least 20 minutes plus. Never got our queso and finished the drinks and complimentary chips. We tried to make eye contact with her several times but she never came back! There was a man a the bar she was preoccupied with. I finally got her attention and asked if she could take our order, she said sure but instead of doing it right then and there she went and did something else then came back. At that point I said, âwe just want our checkâ . I told the manager who did offer a different waitress and apologized but we were done. I donât normally leave before eating but this was ridiculous. She gave us a bill with the queso on it that we never received and I had to ask for clarification. I did pay and we went to Camino Real down the road and had a better experience. Needless to say my parents will never come back and Iâm not sure we ever will again. She was soooo bad!!!! A terrible waitress!!!!! Wrong priorities!!!!!!!!!
4 based on 26 reviews
We love visiting here, the food is always fresh, hot and seasoned right. They bring warm chips and salsa while you are waiting . I really like the tacos, and enchiladas the best. You are always greeted at the door, and everyone there is super nice. Give it a try.
4 based on 31 reviews
This restaurant is actually affiliated with the Select Inn on the same property. Therefore expect patrons from the motel to frequent the restaurant at all hours, and vice versa. The food is fine, prepared quickly, and at least our server was actually a native Spanish speaker. We are a bilingual household so finding locations with Spanish speakers at Mexican restaurants is a plus for us. Nothing special about this place but if you want decent food at a decent price then pay this place a visit.
4 based on 13 reviews
Like many interpretations of fajitas theirs are cooked with tiny pieces of meat. I guess the premise behind this is that they cook faster - maybe. Obviously the smaller pieces get overcooked - some burned. Not that pleasant texturally. Decent flavor, but I like larger chunks of meat. Salsa was OK as were the small portions of beans and rice - again the norm for most Mexican restaurants in the area. They did have a little more meat to veggie ratio than others, but it was like eating fajita hash. Oh, the server, while not rude, had the personality of a post.
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