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Posted by Anonymous on 01/12/2007
i agree with what Mike L said...the guacamole tasted very strange with a very wierd texture. The mole enchiladas were good, but the food was over all average. Not as good as its reputation
Posted by K on 11/16/2006
This is by far my favorite Mexican restaurant. Great good, great prices, and it's a BYOB. Not to mention they have a juke box with old and new songs in spanish. I really like the Caldo de Res, the Carne Asada, the Steak Tacos and their tortillas (which apparently are made next door). The only one thing I would mention is that the tacos don't automatically come with sour cream and cheese, but you can always ask for it on the side.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/25/2006
excellent food. true ethnic receipe. cultural atmosphere. a big downside is no credit cards. so bring cash. some of the staff could be a little friendlier. prices would not be so bad if customer service was better and credit cards were accepted.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/16/2006
Nuevo Leon is good and keeps people wanting to go for more. Its really nice inside and the service is great. I love going there and the food is excellent.
Posted by Mike L on 05/08/2006
I have many American friends who love this place. Personally, I don't get it. The food is below average. I recently went a second time and found it as bad as the first. The guacamole tasted strange. I have no idea what they did to it. If you like cooked-to-death bland food with no fresh ingredients in sight, served up with slow, inattentive service, then I guess this place is for you. The first time my wife and I visited there my beverage came in a cup with chunks of someone's food in it. It took forever to get a server to get me another drink. On both occasions, our food (tacos) arrived without any tortillas. We had to sit waiting for close to 10 minutes for them to arrive. Next time I'm in Pilsen I'll try the May Street Cafe.