Variety menu with the added pleasure of their Friendly service, Great prices!! What more can one ask for!!!
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Since my favorite Mexican burned down recently I've been looking for a new place. El Jalapeno is located in a strip mall behind a car wash. The decor was stereotypical Mexican. The service staff were barely able to speak English and were not very welcoming....More
The food here is really good . I ate here on a week night and it was a slow night. The service was very slow . I had a very long wait time to order . Was thing of leaving and then the waitress finally...More
This little restaurant in a Mexican food oasis hidden in Hemet, California. The food is authentic Mexican food. The service is great also. A nice surprise was the bean dip the wonderful surprise was the food. I highly recommend this wonderful place.
Small restaurant. Family orientated. Food good but not memorable. Restaurant is clean but decore is normal "Mexican". Plastic on tables and menus are a bit greasy. Went on Mother's Day, so I understand it was very busy, however service was very slow. We waited 20...More
You know when you walk in, and the restaurant is full of Mexicans, that it's going to be good, traditional food--and it is. We had two lunches over two days--4 different meals, and all were exceptionally good---fresh ingredients, friendly (Mexican) staff, great Mexican beer selection,...More
The food is very reasonably priced and the flavor was wonderful. They bring you tortilla chips and beans and salsa while you look at the menu. They also serve beer wine and mixed drinks. I wish a small salad was included with the dinners. Will...More
It's not gourmet faire, but if you're out in the Hemet area and looking for good food at a good price, this is the place for you. We tried the carne asada, which was priced at about $9. It was a decent-sized cut of marinated...More
Just north of the Hemet Depot, in an unimposing strip center, is a hidden gem of Mexican cuisine. Walk in, smell the aromas, and your tummy will tell you that you are home. The menu shows a wide variety and all food is freshly prepared....More
I broke my own rule. For good tacos, you need to go to a taqueria. As nice as the atmosphere is inside El Jalapeño, the food falls far short of acceptable Mexican cuisine. In my opinion, when you add a large dollop of guacamole to...More