Went for a quick bite. It was quick and tasty. It's typical Roanoke Mexican fare so it's a little bland compared to the normal Mexican in other cities. Still it's better than the boring home place....
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We had dinner at Rancho Viejo on July 4......it was one of the few restaurants that we could find that was open. It has a typical Mexican menu with plenty of choices. Both of our meals were pretty good......probably not authentic but tasty. Service was...More
We found the food and the service at Rancho Viejo on Electric Rd. to be a splendid place for our evening meal. The food was tasty, the portions large, and the prices reasonable. We've eaten at a lot of Mexican restaurants and Rancho Viejo ranks...More
Stopped in for lunch and the parking lot was nearly empty ... After I received my food I realized why. Food was poor quality. Lettuce was brown, I don't know why anyone would serve brown lettuce. Staff seemed uninterested in doing much work. Not very...More
Great service, fresh food, and a wonderful experience! We could not have asked for a better lunch and Rancho Viejo will go on our list of restaurants we will definitely visit again when we are in the Roanoke area. Highly recommend!
This is my favorite place to eat Mexican food East of Texas. The service is always great and the staff are always very friendly and have a great attitude. A small item but, their ice tea is also great. These folks serve a red salsa...More
My husband and I stopped at Rancho Viejo Saturday night for dinner. We were seated immediately. We enjoyed the salsa and chips while we reviewed the menu. My husband ordered a combination plate and said the beef is seasoned with something, maybe nutmeg or cinnamon,...More
Enjoyed a great margarita and chips here and the city square location in Roanoke, The service was good. Our meals were also good. Have to agree that the white sauce served with the chips is weird. It was a little quiet in the restaurant which...More
This is for the Rancho Viejo at the corner of W. Main St and W 4th St in Salem, VA. We were specifically looking for a Mexican restaurant and found this place. It's fairly small on the inside but there was an outdoor terrace that...More