Discover Restaurants offering the best Mexican food in Tyngsboro, Massachusetts, United States. Tyngsborough (also spelled Tyngsboro) is a town in northern Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States. Tyngsborough is 28 miles (45 km) from Boston along the Route 3 corridor, and located on the New Hampshire state line. At the 2010 census, the town population was 11,292.
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4 based on 27 reviews
I have nothing nice to say about this food. Off-putting colored sauces and salsa, perhaps the worlds saltiest guacamole (poor avocado), the driest chicken, Ugh. Even the fried ice cream had a cardboard like texture.
4 based on 50 reviews
First timer and ordered up some Carnitas Tacos and they were damn good! While I was sitting there I saw a plate of Carne Asada Fries roll by. Iâll definitely be going back for them!
3 based on 42 reviews
A staple of the Nashua community since 1980, La Hacienda Del Rio is dedicated to providing delectable Mexican food and drink. Family-owned, we take pride in providing high quality service in a casual and friendly atmosphere. Our menu offers a wide variety
My husband and I love it here. My cousin and her husband also call it their fave. Without question- the best margaritas in the area! We have never been disappointed.The food is always tasty and the nachos are warm and fresh. I won't lie, the service can be hit or miss but we usually have a really great experience! There is a woman who is usually behind the bar, she serves as well (for the life of me, I can't remember her name) but we all love her. My cousin brings her son often, and although adorable he can leave the biggest mess behind... but they are all so sweet and never seem to mind.The margaritas are where it's at. Definitely the best in the area. They're not watered down and aren't just juice and ice. You don't feel like you're paying $10-12 for a glass of margarita mix like you do at any chain restaurant (*cough* CHILI'S) and I enjoy them more than any other place I've had. My husband craves the strawberry jalapeÃ±o margarita once a week >_< and swears no one else does it like La Hacienda!
3 based on 27 reviews
Been to Moe's in other states and in comparison this one is toward the top. Vegetarian, steak, chicken, spicy chicken, and ground beef are all options. At least two types of beans, onions, and jalapenos. Mushrooms, peppers, and cheese, too. Really good here is the friendly and helpful staff. From the outside, it is hard to tell what's inside, but once in you can see how roomy it is. Has cable on the TV.
3 based on 28 reviews
If you leave dinner untl a bit late, Chilis is the place to go. We rocked up about 9pm and it was busy. My partner adored his clam chowder and I adored my mango salsa chicken.The broccoli was a bit bland. The service was chirpy. But the lighting was depressing....too dull to really see the food well. I didn't get that. It is not posing as a romantic venue.
3 based on 30 reviews
Atmosphere was on the loud side, lighting is dim even mid day/full sun.Service was okay.*Note all of their "lunch menu" is weekdays only, though only their "lunch specials" are listed as "weekdays only".Food, Mexican'ish- Mr's Chihuahua combo was good, due to creme sauce only.- My Monterey combo was in its entirety, ... bland. How they manage to make a bland chili relano is beyond me.- I've never seen such tiny burritos anywhere, about the size of a cigar.Far too many competitors serving way better food within easy drive to stop here.If the Mr weren't with me, I'd have given away what was remaining on our gift certificate.Extensive menu of alcohol, which looks to be their focus/specialty, because it sure isn't their food.
This recently opened Mexican restaurant is really very good. Food is authentic and well prepared. Servers are also very attentive and engaging. Only negatives are the chips are too thick, and pricing is a little high.
4 based on 297 reviews
We wanted to give the Koreans an authentic american experience...so we took them to various ethnic restaurants. Today was Mexican. La Carreta has a large menu, lots of seating, and is run by a family that knows how to run a restaurant. The food is close to authentic, but a bit americanized to serve the large non-mexican population that goes there. Food quality and service are _always_ excellent.
4 based on 44 reviews
We tried Cazadores tonight since our favorite local Mexican restaurant had no heat. I had hoped for another local favorite but was quite unimpressed. I was surprised to find they don't offer a separate children's meal/activity sheet, paper or crayons for kids. The atmosphere was fine for a family/casual restaurant. The house margarita was okay, chips and salsa were not great but fine. My husband ordered the chicken mole enchiladas and said they were fine, my chicken quesadilla was small and just chunks of chicken with some cheese on the bottom of tortilla. Apparently if you get a quesadilla you get a choice of either a "salad" (shredded iceburg lettuce, a tomato slice, and a bit of sour cream) or rice and beans, but not both. This wasn't made clear and I was surprised when my food arrived. I was also very disappointed in the beans and thought them inedible. My son was delivered the wrong meal and then when he received the correct food, he took a bite out of his taco and spit it out saying it was gross. Our server hardly came to the table at all throughout dinner and was lackluster at best, was unapologetic about mix-ups. We won't be coming back which is a shame as I really wanted to like Cazadores.
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