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“Tiny Family Restaurant; Lacks Atmosphere, Food Presentation Skill”
Review of Taqueria DE Adelena - CLOSED

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Taqueria DE Adelena
Cuisines: Mexican
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Reviewed 23 December 2013

This is one of the smallest restuarants in Dixon with maybe 5 tables. The food is not bad, but portions are small--so is the price--and the presentation was very plain. We sat next to the kitchen to get away from the draft of the open door on a chilly night. Lighting is uneven.

Our food arrived at different times. Drink selection does not include beer or wine and they don't seem to understand that some customers prefer utinsils rather than eat with their fingers.

The real name of this restuarant is Taqueria Adelina (on the window).

Thank BelloSouth
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