The lobster burrito was very good and cost $10. It is not the largest but it is lobster. The fish tacos also good & at $1 they are hard to beat. The shrimp tacos are $4 but are worth the money in flavor as well...More
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Recipes just like mom makes back home in Ensenada! I felt at home with the decorations of Virgen Maria de Guadalupe and the cozy candle lit atmosphere. The escabeche was on point!
PROs They have a very extensive menu including lobster tacos. Price is reasonable for the amount of food. The food is really good Cons Parking may be tough (metered) Limited outdoor seating (only 2 small tables) Inside decor is not nice at all...flies buzzing around,...More
Enjoyed the 99 cent fish tacos, as well as a house burrito, quesadilla, and calamari burrito. As we were take out, got some of each of the three salsas to go. None were really "knock your socks off" hot, though two of the three had...More
Hole in the wall Mexican cuisine with limited seating and no marargitas (do have beer). Service good. Food a bit bland without added sauce. Interesting local area. Try out the coffee house down the street after dining.
Only about 5 minutes from Noble Park, you need to search this out if you're hungry for good San Diego Mexican food. Not a lot of seating maybe 20 people however nobody hangs out here like Starbucks they usually eat and leave. More choices than...More
This restaurant is a classic hole in the wall joint. If you base your dining decision on the cleanliness of the bathroom, don't even try it. If you are looking for a big menu of reasonably priced Mexican food, it might be worth a shot....More
The food was absolutely delicious. I highly highly recommend having the Molé (sorry if its spelled incorrectly). Our server Federico was awesome, superb customer service and spot on recommendations. It was comforting seeing the owner of the restaurant busting his butt in the kitchen, his...More