Bad experience ordered the enchiladas de la case huge portion but no sauce. I mean no sauce when I asked for sour cream the waiter started they didn't serve sour cream. So what's up the sauce for the dish is mostly sour cream. Just saying if your out of something don't serve it have assed.
Has it reopened?
The negative comments are TOTAL BS. In fact, as one could easily figure out: one is written by a competitor and the other by a person who had taste bud lobotomy '
Teresa's is not the same. It used to be terrific and we ate there all the time and brought friends and visitors with us. Now the food is terrible. The service was always bad but with bad food I will not be going there anymore and not recommending it to my friends and family. Sonny, you need to wise up and run like your father did.
horrible service, horrible food, long wait time, staff could care less!
When did Lupita's close, the building space is vacant with the sign gone??
Favorite Mexican food, favorite service, and one of our top favorites in town. My four-year old, who's in love with Delia, chose this place for his b-day. They work their butts off there to provide for an excellent experience. Never had a bad experience and have probably eaten there 50 times.
The guys and I eat breakfast at Mosaic at least once a month. The food is always excellent, the service almost always good, and the beer cold. Most of us have been eating at the Mosaic for decades and will continue to for hopefully many more years. We appreciate the warm greetings we get from the owner and his family. The Mosaic is very much Tucson.
Lupita's is horrible, the food came out about 25 mins after we ordered. Also the drinks, 7-up, water, and 2 mix drinks took 15 mins to come out, and they only had 4 tables of customers, They were not busy. They want to charge $1 for a little ramikin of limes. All the dishes are way over [riced. Two fish tacos: $9.95. 1 small bowl of menudo $5.95 and they charge for the limes as i said earlier. I have to say that it's been one of my worst dining experiences. want good mexican fare. try guadlajara grill, cafe poca cosa or el molinitos.
I co-sign this joint for sure
Actually the one on Court is the original. I remember it when I was growing up in Tucson. My "friend" and "associate" Steve Flin was the nephew of the owner Monica Flin. Steve passed away in the 70's and per his request we had a party behind El Charro with alot of tequila. Oh well....just remembering....anyway, I always felt the restaurant had good food. But I've been living away from AZ for awhile now. I go once or twice a year to visit friends and family, but my favorite place is another place behind the police station on Stone.
i started going to the mosaic when it was @ the SW cor. of silverbell and speedway. the wash behind the now P.O. and the fast food asian rest. is called the Mosaic Wash. Then for years we went to the NE cor. of silverbell and grant, and finally up on the hill behind mcd's. the service is worst, the prices went up, the portions went down, and when i got the abosolute wrong order, a chicken chimie intead of a veggie burro, and then took 20 minutes to change it. i complained. i called the owners son, who was managing, outside to complain in private. Next time it will be in the restaurant at full volume. He looked at me and said, "better luck next time."
Best shrimp tacos ever! And the family is very kind, always friendly. Service is always excellent.
Very dissapointed in the reviews La Fuente has. I have been going there for 30 + years and every time I have the best expierience! The food is superb, the menu is not your ordinary Sonoran mexcian dish. They have recipes that are from all of the different regions in Mexico. I enjoy the pastel Azteca, which is like no other. The Waiters are all so friendly and give the best service, not like some of the franchise restaurants. It is definitely worth the money, not to mention the entertainment of Live Mariachi. Unfortunately there will always be some CHEAP people who want something for nothing. Shame on you.
Absolutely love this place. The atmosphere is wonderful, feels like Mexico! The service was also great. The staff is very friendly and attentive, we were never out of chips or drinks. Now the food, was extremely tastey! They have a wide menu with different options unlike any other mexican restaurant i have been to in Arizona. My family and I look foward to this Mariachi Idol competetion I just read about! Highly recommend this place.
Evidently some of you haven't tried Guadalajara on the East side on Kolb Rd going North near Speedway. They are very professional in all they do to serve you. By the way...The owners are from Washington state and Zeth is up on all counts. On Fridays they have musicians playing your requests. The service is fantastic. No soggy chips and the mole is fresh.
Bottom line is El Charro sucks, regardless of location. They don't even heat up their Americanized, pre-made food enough. Come on guys. At least heat your crap up a little longer in the microwave before you serve it.
This kind of a late entry as we ate here a few months back. Verdict? OK food. Basically a 5 on a scale of 1 to 10. About the anti SB1070 comment from john127. If that's true about not speaking English to customers I won't be back either. This same thing happens to me every time I go to the deli section at all Food City stores. The women actually give me an attitude for not ordering in Spanish. This is totally unacceptable! If you dislike America why are you here? Oh that's right. The free government handouts. I forget.
I actually drove down to this location to meet a friend. We had lunch. Bottom line is that regardless of their location the food is sincerely crappy. Menu items have a very precooked, processed, heat and serve quality to them. Not good. The service at this location was real slow also. Had we gone to Jerry Bobs which is in the same plaza we could have had an equally disappointing truck stop like meal.
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