I went to eat at Cisco's for the first time a couple days ago. It is a little small inside (could use outside seating). I got the taco plate and the meat was dry and had almost no flavor, the rice again no flavor but...More
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Small place but we were seated fairly quickly. The menu didnt have much to choose from. I come from a town on the boarder of mexico and Cali so the food was 100% disappointing it was no where near authentic Mexican food... The rice and...More
great flavorful food tastes like homemade. Enchiladas are great along with the rice and beans. Nice little spot with good food for a small price
Kind of a little hole in the wall place in downtown Marysville. Inside the atmosphere is nice, with big wooden tables, colorful paint job, and Mexican pottery on the walls. The menu didn't have any surprises- tacos, enchiladas, burritos and such. We were a party...More
Was visiting Marysville for the annual "Ride Around the Buttes" bike ride with a friend. We found Cisco's nearby and decided to try it based on reviews. It was really good. The place was empty on a Friday night, literally, which seemed strange, but the...More
It's been awhile since I have been there but had several lunch stops here. It's a small cafe but the food was alright.
Small place with big taste. Locally owned. Food is very fresh. Service is fast and the waitess are very friendly.
We have eaten here a couple times. The service was good, the restaurant is small and it's nice to find a locally owned place. The food was only okay. We've noticed that the burritos, and anything else will filling is REALLY heavy on the refried...More