This is supposed to be Mexican food. The beef was a cheese steak beef. The vegetables were raw and not sautéed. I got a single burrito that cost $13.70. It was a poor choice from a ton of vendors.
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I always worry when a sign advertising a restaurant has to use the word "authentic." And so we come to El Paso enchilada authentic Mexican and breakfast and coffee. Located in the heart of Boston it's a long way from Mexico and to be honest...More
We had the chorizo breakfast and it was very good. And cheap. And the people were very friendly. They have quite an extensive menu of fajitas and nachos and burritos and tacos and quesadillas and enchiladas ...
Early morning hunger pains? Looking for more than a muffin? Try the made to order breakfast items here -- custom cooked with the freshest ingredients.(level of spiciness is up to you!) Be sure to try the black bean burrito (includes egg & well-seasoned beans) with...More
I walked the entire market before deciding to eat here. Although the service was excellent, with my food being made after I gave my order and was asked what my preferences were it would have been even more fantastic if it weren't so salty. Even...More
If you're looking for good black beans, I would recommend this establishment. Also, the salad was fresh and much appreciated when you are on the run. In a busy establishment, such as Quincy Market, it is a pleasure to come across good legumes.
There isn't very much in the way of early breakfast in downtown Boston, unless you're looking for fast food or simple baked goods. There are places, but they can be a little spotty, depending on the neighborhood. A good bet is to head for the...More
Went to Quincy Market location with my son and daughter-in-law. I ordered enchiladas and what I got was tacos with sauce on them. I told the man behind counter I ordered enchiadas and he told me that is what I had. To top it off...More