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Comment Archives: Locations: Restaurants: Mexican

Re: “Chubby's Tacos

LOVE LOVE LOVE the freshness and flavors! The portions are great and you can't go wrong with a salsa bar! Whatever you get, try the guacamole! It's phenomenal!

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Posted by jerzdevil1117 on 04/08/2015 at 9:12 AM

Re: “Fiesta Mexicana

We have loved these guys for 18 years. Good, consistent food, served by friendly and thoughtful waiters. The staff turnover has been slow, which means a lot to me. This is our default eatery.

Posted by Jody Coyody on 09/21/2014 at 2:54 PM

Re: “Dos Perros

Deliciously eclectic yet there's mole and ceviche and several truly special margaritas done right. Good atmosphere, good service and food that will keep you coming back for more.

Posted by 100 years on 07/31/2010 at 6:13 PM

Re: “Chubby's Tacos

Chubby's Tacos is by far the best tacoria in the area. The food is stellar and always fresh. The staff is very friendly and professional. Outside they have a large patio area with several tables which is perfect for warm weather dinning. The outside seating area is also dog friendly. Chubby's makes a killer margarita, in fact one should be careful about drinking more than 2 of their margaritas on the rocks. I can not stress enough how great the food and service is at this amazing tacoria.

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Posted by Barefoot5 on 10/31/2009 at 12:25 PM

Re: “Tonali

Tacos are excellent, carnitas is divine. Chips & guac great too. Solid service. If you moved from out West and are having a hard time finding Mexican food that does not taste like a bad frozen dinner, look no further.

Posted by Jamokadog on 02/16/2008 at 5:53 PM

Re: “Brisas de Acapulco

This restaurant not only cooks delicious Mexican dishes, but also prepares a variety of delicious and superb Dominican and Puerto Rican selections prepared to order. Visit and try the specialties, which can vary daily provided daily by the excellent cooks/owners. The lamb stew is outstanding. This is a place to take your family in the evening. Cards are given out to customers. to be punched for future dining. Meg Harris

Posted by Meg Harris on 11/15/2007 at 12:05 AM

Re: “Torero's Authentic Mexican Cuisine

Having lived all over the country, including the Northeast, the dead zone for decent Tex-Mex or Calixican food, it's been fun trying out the establishments in the Triangle, especially given the substantial Hispanic community here. I grew up on Tex Mex in Anchorage, of all places (lots of Texans there!) so this is one of my favorite styles,. And Toreros is quite good. The sauces don't taste like Old El Paso, and my wife says the seafood is very good. I prefer tacos and enchiladas, and Toreros is best I have found so far. The location in Cary is also a sports bar, with outdoor seating (at a strip mall, unfortunately) and they often show Mexican soccer which is great fun. Highly recommended.

Posted by Tom Birkland on 10/27/2007 at 7:00 PM

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