I always stop and get 3 to 6 dozen for my friend back in ft worth. But no more this is the last time I will embarrass myself. The quality has dropped over the years. To dry, masa not cooked,and way to expensive for the...More
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Small array of selections (take-out only, I think), but the two varieties we sampled -- chicken, and pork -- were both generously filled (much more filling than masa) and tasty. Definitely worth a repeat visit, because the offerings vary, day to day. We'll be back.
So I bought tamales for the office on Candelaria day. It was about 30 tamales red, green and rajas. I loved them and my coworkers loved them! I was there at 6:30am and by 6:50 am they opened the doors and 4 more people were...More
Went there today for the first time. Got a dozen and a half tamales for my coworkers. Red, green, and cheese is what i ordered. They weren't bad at all. I like them as well as my coworkers. We all agreed there are better but...More
I hope to visit El Paso again soon so I can buy more. I tried both Red and Green and was wholly satisfied with both, with a slight preference for the green.
I have been visiting Pepe's Tamales for over 30 years. In all that time, I have never recieved bad tamales or menudo and don't understand some other reviewers comments. Sometimes the tamales are better than others for my taste but overall, excellent! The masa is...More
Green chile w/ cheese are pretty good, but red pork tamales are not that good. El sabor de la masa era un poco amarga (sour); tasted as if they had put lemon in it. They're a little expensive. Plus, they only take cash. It was...More
these are some of the best tamales I have ever had... every time I visit el paso I make two trips to pepe's... one when I first arrive and the second is when I leave so I can take a couple of dozen home... they...More