Cons: Cheese is really oily. Beans and rice gassy. Sopapillas tasted like fish. Must be old oil. Pros: Good prices Liquor specials nice. Stick to fajita tacos with lime. Very good. Friendly staff.
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This a Mexican food restaurant, typical combination plates are available, but try the mole, chile verde and shrimp dishes. Leo's has been serving El Paso for more than 65 years. Delicious, affordable and the sopapillas served at the end of the meal, fantastic!
We ate at Leo's 3 of the 10 nights we were in El Paso. Large selection of Mexican selections, mild seasoning available and a full bar to boot
I've been coming here for years and decided to finally write a review! This place is always consistent in service and food. I've had most everything on the menu and have never been disappointed. The green chili chicken enchiladas are my favorite and the flautas...More
We went to Leo's as a large party of 11. We ordered a number of different items and some were very tasty while others were just so-so. That said, the service could not have been better! Our server was very attentive and accommodating.
They have delicious Enchiladas . Their entire menu is perfection. You will enjoy eating here alone or with family and friends . It does get a little busy on weekends or holidays but it is worth it.
We went to this location on recommendation. It was an awesome breakfast with delicious mexican specialties added with pancakes, scrambled eggs, fresh fruites and pastry as dessert. We will come again! For sure! The breakfast buffet will be Server on saturdays and sundays only. Don't...More
We have been going to Leo's for years...this last time was probably the last time we go. It was CINCO de Mayo,place was packed. Generally customer service is good.We ordered food and beer. The food was not great and the service was horrible. When we...More