Service is quick and the food was great. Portions are on the large side. Chips and salsa is more chips and marinara as the salsa has 0 flavor or spice. Guac left a lot to be desired as well. Would defiantly eat there again but...More
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This has always been my favorite spot in Daytona Beach. Food is great and they have Horchata (Mexican rice milk with cinnamon.) I have referred many people here and will continue to do so if asked about good eats in Daytona.
Food is fresh and oh so full of flavor. Staff are helpful and provide excellent service. Tremendous value for quality of food.
Wife got the Flautas and I got the #9 stuffed Problamo peppers can't remember the exact menu name but the peppers are battered and fried with a mild mozzarella style cheese, friends got salady looking stuff. The Dos Exes beer was ok, not my favorite...More
I always go with the recommendations of the locals. Great authentic mexican. I had the Ceviche appetizer and the Carnitas dinner. Great choice. The pork was cooked to perfection. Ceviche was the best. Took home a piece of Tres Leches cake and I was not...More
I had the fish tacos only (14b on the menu) and a torta (item 7 on the menu) with the medium hot sauce along with a Modelo Especial. As a former long-time resident of Texas and Arizona who has also been to Santa Fe, the...More
Tia Cori's has brought decent Mexican food to the Daytona area in a way that is fast without being fast food. My favorite thing on the menu is the chicken tostada and the asada tacos. A great quick lunch stop when on the go or...More
We had lunch at this restaurant during our stay in Daytona. It was about 18 of us and although is a small location they were able to accommodate us. The food was good especially the "Chiles Rellenos". My family ordered tacos/chiles rellenos/quesadillas. The portions for...More
We split our time between Arizona, which arguably has the best Mexican food in the country, and Florida. We worried that we'd never find a good Mexican restaurant in Daytona Beach and then on the recommendation of an acquaintance, we tried Tia Cori's. Not a...More