Good tacos. Kinda small..good flavor. Only drawback is you have to buy chips and salsa, $2.99. Small location. Not a lot of tables
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Everything here is homemade, the chips, salsa, guacamole (the best guac I have had anywhere), and no gimmicks! I tried five different tacos and all where sublime, the enchiladas are extraordinary and the handcrafted salsas are amazing with different levels of heat to satisfy those...More
My wife and I went here today for lunch after searching the internet to try a new Mexican food place for Cinco de Mayo. In this area, Mexican food places abound and we generally try places, find the food to be average and not memorable...More
Fresh, excellent food. The carne asada and all pastor here never fail to impress. The menu is similar to Chipotle or Freebirds with some extra items thrown in. The set up isn't like them, it's counter service, made in the kitchen, and brought to your...More
The food has remained the same, extremely good. Top it off with friendly staff and good prices, what else can you ask for? Give it a try.
Went by to try this place for take home dinner and I was satisfied with the outcome. Nice people and good food. I recommend the El Conquistador.
Place was packed on a Saturday morning but food was very good. My wife loves getting their mango-nada for desert. (Doubt I spelled that right) I got hueavos rancheros and enjoyed it but was still hungry, wish I could have got a double portion. Their...More
Had heard of this place through the grapevine. Gave it a try. Blew us all away. The variety, extremely fresh and well prepared food was so good. The place itself is so unassuming from the outside. On entering, immediately impressed with such a clean, trendy...More