The place here is not so nice and the service is quite average, getting tamales in plastic plates covered in plastic bag. But the food is good. Especially sweet tamales are worth the try!
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Freshly rolled tamales, pork, chicken, spicy, not. We had six, simply prepared, waters and the bill was under five dollars. Efficient service and real local vibration. We were stuffed like the tamales!
I'm just a hick from the sticks...Who knew there are so many different kinds of tamales? My wife and I got 4 different varieties and loved every one. The restaurant is clean and the service fast and friendly. And prices? If you can't afford to...More
These are the best tamales and salsas around! They're always fresh and inexpensive. The servers are all friendly, especially Ana. I particularly like the rajas (mild pepper strips, inside the tamales) - the red, green, with cheese and Mexico - ALL of them! I also...More
I was recommended this place by a local & must say the Tomales are delicious! I tried 3 different ones during my stay here with my favourite probably being the Mole with lashings of salsa verde & salsa picante - I like the spicy &...More
Dona Ame isn't open all day which is totally understandable knowing how labor intensive making handmade tamales can be. They make both banana leaf and corn husk varieties, and I've always been partial to the tamales steamed in corn husks, so I surprised even myself...More
I love the Atole and the tamales. The little restaurant is clean and very reasonable. The Atole is my favorite. It is hard to find Atole served anywhere in Mexico now.