We were seated right away and had good service. Nice neighborhood atmosphere. Midweek not crowded. Would visit again when staying in Park Slope.
1 - 10 of 34 reviews
Our first night in Brooklyn we were out walking looking for the Brooklyn we thought we were going to stay in. (We'd ended up in Lepperts Park, big mistake.) Anyway having crossed Prospect Park we ended up dawdling along 7th Ave, 7.15 and hungry. The...More
Good food, but very crowded and loud. Has a bar with TVs. It is hard to talk because of how loud it is and with the music playing. However the food is good and not pricey. Service is good and an option for gluten free...More
As a person who cannot stand jalapenos and chilli peppers, I was in Heaven! The guacamole lacks the strong cilantro taste that I do not like and is not spicy. Best guacamole - tastes of goo rape avocados. Crispy tacos with perfectly grilled chicken -...More
If you like your Margaritas from a pre-made mix, cheap and nasty, this is the spot for you. The food is mostly made in factories and just warmed up on site. The place reeks of fake Mexican decor. The menus are really overpriced considering the...More
Whilst this restaurant may not change your life, it will fill your belly in a warm and welcoming space. The standard menu is a little pedestrian, but my wife loved the quesadilla with goats cheese and chorizo (albeit she felt adding a side of guacamole...More
We have been coming here for many years since it's not far from our house. The food is not stellar but consistent. It's a good place to bring kids as it's very casual. Drinks are good.
I enjoyed my meal. I had the shrimp tacos. They were fresh and very filling. I loved it with the Jicama and gala apples. Very good. Would recommend for a casual dinner after shopping or just hanging out with friends.
The food was good.. Guacamole could have used more flavor. Service also very good. We were turned down by Fonda since we didnt have a reservation. We got a table right away here would go back again
Val & I drove into Bklyn to see a performance of Randy Weston's African Rhythms Quartet at the Brooklyn Public Library. We did not want to try and find two parking spots and so we searched on line for a restaurant within walking distance of...More