One of the worst mexican food I have ever eaten.
My husband and I love Mexican food. We decided to stop by and give this Mexico a chance. Well I wish we had stopped my Taco Bell. The salsa tasted weird. I ordered Chimchangas and my husband ordered Pollo Yucatan. Neither had any flavor. It was so bad, we didn't eat it. We took our meals home, and the next day I added my own seasoning and flavor. It tasted much better. I'm sorry but I love Mexican and I just can't believe how bad the food was.
If bad = memorable, then this was memorable.
I visited Mexico on 360 for an early dinner with friends on Sunday, 6/29/08. There were a few diners present, but not many. Mexico is my least favorite Mexican restaurant chain in Richmond, but it happened to be the most convenient meeting place. Dinner confirmed why it remains at the top of my least favorite list Our waitress barely spoke English and we had to repeat ourselves numerous times while placing our orders. I ordered the chimichanga dinner and requested one soft, one fried. This really stymied her, but surprisingly, that is what I received.
The waitress took our order, and came back once immediately after it was served to ask how it was. We asked for extra napkins and she brought 2. That was the last time we saw her until she brought our check after a very long wait.
Both of my dinner companions ran dry on their beverages and no one ever came around to offer refills. We were sitting within view of the beverage area with no less than three staff members standing just a few feet from our table throughout the entire dinner. We had to flag them down and ask for more water and for a fork when one fell from the table. I suppose they were more interested in their personal conversations than in the diners.
My companions ordered the cheese quesadilla which looked to me to be very dry and a beef enchilada, which they said were okay. Both were ordered with sides of rice. The quesadilla came on a plate with the rice, but the enchilada/rice combo came on two different plates instead of one as a meal.
The chimichanga dinner came with both rice and beans which were good, but the chimichangas were absolutely horrible. Both the soft and the fried had a sour taste to them like something in them had gone bad or was going bad. They were also extremely small compared to the chimis I usually get at El Paso. I guess it is just as well since I opted to neither finish them or bring home leftovers.
Go to El Paso instead. The prices, food, & service are better.
This is one of thebest restaurants I have ever eaten in, the food and drinks were just absolutely delicious. I recommend this restaurant to anyone who wants REAL Mexican cuisine.