El Nopal is my go to Mexican restaurant, the burritos , Carnitas dinner, fajitas, beers, everything its right on queue!
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Service was slow today. Food was hot. Not crowded. Just not enough servers. Quality of food good. Clean. Ample parking.
I've eaten at this particular El Nopal for years, and I'm always satisfied with the menu here! The food is Mexican (inspired?) and totally delicious! The cost is very reasonable also, and the portions are large. I generally like all the El Nopals that I have eaten in, but this one in Sellersburg, Indiana has been my favorite for years... More
This is my favorite sit down restaurant in the town of Sellersburg without a doubt. The food is incredible, the staff is always very friendly and helpful, and the pricing is reasonable. Of all the times I have stopped to eat here I have never had a bad experience. I suggest trying the Burrito Gigante, it is the size of... More
Good food more than filling proportions and excellent service my only complaint would be getting put in n the booth separate from the main room in the hallway next to the kitchen lol their trying to get as many seats in the place as possible.
El Nopal may not be the most 'authentic' Mexican restaurant in the U.S., but it provides great value for the money. The service is good and the staff is friendly. Best chips and salsa in southern Indiana. Try the Burrito Gigante with ground beef and queso. The thing is about as big as a football and very tasty. Enough for... More
Nothing is authentic Mexican unless you are eating in Mexico. We do not like Tex-mex. This is closer to real Mexican then I've had anywhere else. The chips and salsa are the best. We've had most items on the menu. If you don't like red sauce get queso style. We eat here 1-2 times a month. Usually busy, but always... More
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