Food was pretty average. Not a lot of spice. Fairly plain flavors. Chips and salsa were pretty good though. Price for quantity of food was good.
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Now I don't know what is authentic Mexican food, but I do know what my taste buds like. Lately I've had their fajitas and their chile verde burrito. Delish! Sometimes I have their chicken salad for a change. Also good! I've been to their Harrisville,...More
OK chips and salsa but the main meal (I had the chimichanga) was without flavor. My friends each had something different and felt the same. I was ok without any "heat" but expected some traditional flavors/spices, or even the taste found often in Americanized Mexican...More
First of all we went to the Harrisville Rd location. I couldn't see it on TA but I've been to several Javier's and its always great. I decided to write this time because we had an exceptional experience. We had a couple hours to kill...More
The restaurant looking inviting. Three of us stopped and had different items. The service was very good. However, we all agreed that the food was not as flavorful as we expected.
Ate at the South Ogden Restaurant. Had a chimichanga. Asked for it to be smothered in chili verde. What a mess. The as no taste to the chili or the wierd pink meat that was in it. Bland, runny beans. They were more like soup....More
Six of went to Javier's for dinner. For once in quite a while I found a Mexican restaurant that had spicy salsa. I had enchiladas, my wife and cousin had fish burrito's, which aren't on the menu. Overall, the food was great and the service...More
Passed by the restaurant too many times on Harrison Blvd and decided to stop this evening. The waitresses were fairly friendly and food was decent (got the veggie combo), but after twice being apologized to that there was a party in the back it felt...More