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Taqueria Casa Del Pueblo

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  • Mexican
  • 1834 S Blue Island Ave, Chicago IL60608 41.857043 -87.662228
  • (Btwn W 18th & W 19th St)
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  • (312) 421-4664
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User Ratings (Based on 4 reviews)

3.725
Food 4.6 Value 3.9
Service 3.4 Atmosphere 3.0

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(312) 421-4664
Fax:
fax
(312) 421-4684
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Daily: 6am-8pm
Serves:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Group Dining, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering

User Reviews

  • Taqueria Casa Del Pueblo

    Posted by Ped on 07/15/2012

    great food, service...not so much

    I've been going to casa for a while, the food is very good, however the service needs to improve. I went there yesterday to have menudo. I also order a coffee, which I was never asked if I wanted a refill. Long story short great food, slow serviced. Does not compare to the speed of the severs elsewhere in the same neighborhood.

  • Taqueria Casa Del Pueblo

    Posted by Hole Mole (pronounced molay, duh) on 07/19/2009

    Best. Tamales. Ever.

    When I can't find the tamale guy (which unless I'm at the bar I never can), I go here for my tamales. So moist and delicious. The corn meal just melts in your mouth. Everytime I go back home to Alabama I stock up on dozens of the red pork, chicken and peppers and cheese. My family absolutely loves them and requests them everytime I make that 11 hour drive! The red pork ones (mild) are the best in my and my family's opinion. Deeelish! The interior ambiance however leaves much to be desired as it's cafeteria style. I always carry out my tamales. Yum!

  • Taqueria Casa Del Pueblo

    Posted by maria on 11/02/2007

    best next to home

    although cafeteria style this is the best place to get food next to home cooking. The menu gives you the authentic mexican home cooking comfort food. The fact that everyday they have a "sopita" (pasta cooked in a tomato chicken broth) every mexican has had this it's great. There caldo de res(awesome) and there caldo de habas(lima bean soup. How close to home cooking can you get without cooking it yourself. No place but here! There waitress staff is always friendy and ready to serve you with a smile.

  • Taqueria Casa Del Pueblo

    Posted by DM on 01/01/2007

    Best authentic homemade food in chicago

    If you're looking for inexpensive, honest, mexican cooking, you can't beat this place. Don't expect any pretetious niceities, but do expect good prompt service. It gets crowded for lunch, and breakfast. YUMMY

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