Love the food and service at El Tequileno (formerly Tequillas). More then enough food for left overs.
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My food was very bland. The special sauce was tasteless. I had the Taquileno Burrito. The main ingredient seems to be rice. My husband had the Tacos el Carbon. The meat was dry and no seasoning. Refried beans seems watery and just not very good. The portions are large, but who wants to eat a bunch of gloppy, bland food?... More
Since we moved from Colorado to Southwest Florida a few years ago, we miss good Mexican food. We just can't find anything with the same kind of chiles-- it's too bland. So when we're back in this area, we have to get our fill of carne asada, green chile enchiladas, fajitas, etc. We met a group of my wife's co-workers... More
Huge portions, and I mean huge. Recommend the Dos Amigo's. Bacon wrapped shrimp & Carne Asada. Great happy hour as well..
Stopped in for first time with my wife for dinner. I had chicken and steak fajitas with whole beans and draft Modelo beer, wife had combo dinner with crispy chili relleno, whole beans and a glass of cabernet sauvigon. We were both very impressed. Food was great, service was great, restaurant was very clean and inviting. We will return soon!
We wanted to support a local place, even if a local chain, so we thought we'd try this place. It was just OK. The cons: - our server seemed a little unclear on the meaning of "on tap," bringing us bottled beer after we asked her what they had "on tap." - it was a little pricey for the quality/creativity... More
We went here for friend's 34th anniversary before a show at Red Rocks. The moment we walked in we were greeted by a smiling hostess who dealt with our change in wanting a table to a booth with grace. Our chips, cabbage slaw and salsa arrived as we were seated. Our server was right there and Maria was fantastic through... More
We wanted to try a different place..... Tequilas was busy but we did get a table right away. The service was very fast and the food was great.....the staff was so nice and checked back with us to check on drinks and if we needed anything. Great value and a place that we will be returning to.
For $8.50 there was so much pork on my plate I took half of it home. Will go back someday and have not recently cause my wife doesn't like mexican food. ..see is Colombian and tells me I should have married a Mexican jajaja
I saw Tequilas had 4 stars and my wife and I decided to try it! Now l'm a gringo, but grew up eating Mexican food and believe me I know good Mexican food. Tequilas was very poor. I ordered a chile relleno (crispy), cheese enchilada, and a pork carnitas taco. Worst chile relleno I've ever had. Almost no chile to... More
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