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4 based on 151 reviews
Real Jalisco is true Authentic Mexican Cuisine located in the heart of Blue Springs, MO. Owned by Sergio & Joel Palacios, the two brothers take pride in offering the flavors of Jalisco, Mexico in a warm, relaxing atmosphere good for families, couples, fri
Ordered roasted jalepeno something (searched hard for the meat), my son ordered shrimp and eldest son ordered a shrimp chimichanga. Wish I had pics of June and my youngster son's meals. I couldn't find a single roasted jalepeno but plenty of soupy onions and mushrooms! Same as my younger son's meal. I do have a pic of my eldest son's because he took a pic. He got a tiny icecream scoop of rice and very watery refried beans that were the same size bowl as the salsa that served with chips. When he cut into his very small chimichanga it was watery on the inside. I did see, in reviews, that others in the area really liked the food. One said it, "..was good mexican food for the Blue Springs area." In my opinion, which everyone's entitled to, it was not 'Fine Mexican Dining' by a long stretch! At those prices I definitely expected more! Our server was nice and kept glasses filled. I paid, tipped her, told her thank you and left. Will not be back. Taco Bell would've been better, imo. At the least the prices would've reflected the expectations of the food you're to receive.
Glad to find a Chipotle right off the highway here in the middle of Missouri. The young people working were friendly and helpful... the young lady had trouble wrapping the burrito, but to be fair the first couple of guys put a lot of food on the tortilla for me. Overall a typically good Chipotle experience.
4 based on 64 reviews
I like Rancho Grande, except for their tacos. The shells are deep-fried which makes them greasy--the bottom of the shell gets soaked in the grease and the taco falls apart. No fun at all. Burritos are good, enchiladas are good, love the queso dip w/ground beef and the margaritas are above average. Pricing is average. There are a couple of other mexican restaurants in Blue Springs that are a better value with better tacos, but I'll still go to Rancho Grande occasionally.
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