Considering the prices, I expected more tasty food with better quality and serving. The seats were very uncomfortable. The place needs a renovation.
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We Used to eat here when the Anunt and Uncle cooked some years back but the help they have now drives me to other places. the food has lost its appeal as the spice has been reduced to nearly nothing but, they still make a...More
Leon's was recommended to us & we have eaten there twice. The food is very good & reasonably priced. Their steak Fajita was seriously the best we had ever eaten. The food was piping hot & just the right flavor. We will be back!!
I love this place, it's tucked away, quiet, good food. Very reasonably priced. The waitresses/waiters are very attentive to your needs. The food comes pretty quick.
Five of us ladies visited for dinner. The food was authentic and service was good. We enjoyed the casual atmosphere - nothing fancy here. We will return again. Our only concern was the horchata was too thick, it was gooey and unappetizing to drink.
We asked a "local" for a Mexican restaurant lunch recommendation. She recommended Leon's. We were not disappointed. The location is in an old strip mall with easy access off I 70 business loop. There is ample parking. The service was very good. The food excellent....More
Leon's serves some tasty authentic Mexican food. Good portions and pleasant servers make for a memorable meal. try Leon's, you wont be disappointed!!
I'm local and have eaten at Leons's many times over the years; usually for lunch. To me it seems more authentic than any of the others in the area and the food has been consistently flavorful throughout the times I've dined there. It is annoying...More
This place is on the border line of Fruitvale/Clifton, and Grand Junction. Leon is from San Blas, in Mexico - an extremely beautiful place and the last pirate stronghold in the New World (Portuguese). This food really tastes delicious and different from American/Mexican restaurants. It...More