Friday lunch was a tŕeat. Basic but very quaint and clean. Good as expected reflected same. Quiet afternoon and only two tables busy. Sérvice was fast and attentive. Only thing to make it better would be a beer
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Fantastic and authentic, and the owner Raoul is completely charming. Order off the menu - or put yourself in their capable hands and let them surprise you! Those in the know ask for a side of the house-made hot sauce, and save room for the...More
This is a really great place. The area is a bit sketchy but Raoul the Owner makes you feel like family. My only drawback is no alcohol is served.
Not a fancy restaurant by any means but they serve delightful meals for a more than reasonable price. Went for a casual date there and was not disappointed! Love love love the beans and rice side!
First off, the food is excellent. I am a frequent customer since first trying this place a few months back. After seeing mixed reviews I thought I'd give it a try anyways and was not disappointed, my favorites are their tamales, carnitas and chorizo nachos....More
Have eaten at this hole in the all with solid non cliché Mexican food for a number of years. Nice warm friendly staff, simple oldish décor of a place. But we came for the food! Always something interesting and tasty, the special is different each...More
Sullen service, cold food, no replacement offered, chilaquiles from the previous day heated in the microwave and nothing offered to make up for the fact that my husband's food was inedible. The people there didnt seem to care and we were very disappointed. Nothing authenticity...More
We've eaten here many times. If your looking for perfect service and great atmosphere this is not the place to go. Go here if you want excellent Mexican food served by the owner. The one draw back is that Ole's does not serve alcohol.
This restaurant is tiny, and has no ambiance at all, but many of the menu items are more like what I would get in Mexico. The prices are great, I have a few of my faves (soup, enchiladas) and I love the Flan here.