This is a local favorite but you better like sweet sauce on your tacos. It's on everything it seemed. The atmosphere is great and the people are super friendly.
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I have been going to this restaurant since the 60's. It has basically remained unchanged since at least that time. Some people think you should change things for the sake of changing, but this place has a great feel and of course the food and...More
Mexican Villa is a family tradition. Several times a year we have their home made hot sauce shipped to Tennessee. This is not the first trip we have made just to eat there. Burrito Enchilada style is the house specialty and a huge favorite of...More
Love the food and have been going for years. The dining area needs some help its feels dingy and old. The food was great and so was the staff!
While visiting our daughter, the three of us decided we wanted to go out for some Mexican food. My husband is not a big fan of Mexican Restaurants because they usually don't do Mexican food justice. My daughter and I had the tamale dinner and...More
My family loves this place, and we have been going to it since the 1960's. My only complaint is about the old, dirty carpet in the back room. Why, just why? Carpet is not good for a restaurant to begin with because food falls on...More
I have been eating at Mexican Villa since I could chew. 55+ years. I think it is a riot that people say they don't like it because it's not "real" Mexican. Is your mom's food like everyone else's mom's food? The food is fresh, delicious...More
My favorite thing to eat here is the Sancho, without sauce. It's always soft, warm and full of melted cheese and ground beef. Of course they have all the usual items and 3 different types of salsa for your chips but this is my favorite....More