Don Juan's

★★★★☆

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Don Juan?s in the nineteen hundred block of East Erwin Street serves authentic Mexican food. This week, my friends and I decided to check it out.

The building is cheerfully painted inside and out and decorated with South of the border paintings. Garlands hang from the ceiling, reminiscent of pinatas and tinsel. The tables are more practical than attractive, sort of lunch room style. Fortunately, there are long tables, great for a group of six or more.

A friendly waitress brings drinks, chips and salsa and we indulge. I would have liked for my chips to be a bit thinner and crispier, but the salsa was delicious.

Everyone?s food surpassed expectation. Tacos came with cilantro, just like in Mexico, meat cooked to succulent tenderness. Avocado was neatly sliced and arranged, instead of mashed to an indistinguishable pulp. Rice fluffed from our forks and piled high on soft, warm flour tortillas. And I had the biggest, juiciest, tastiest Chile Relleno in my life.

Prices were more than reasonable. Mine was the most expensive around seven dollars. Everyone else got out under five. All in all it was a pleasant lunch for very little money. Recommendable!

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★★★★☆

Don Juan?s in the nineteen hundred block of East Erwin Street serves authentic Mexican food. This week, my friends and I decided to check it out.

The building is cheerfully painted inside and out and decorated with South of the border paintings. Garlands hang from the ceiling, reminiscent of pinatas and tinsel. The tables are more practical than attractive, sort of lunch room style. Fortunately, there are long tables, great for a group of six or more.

A friendly waitress brings drinks, chips and salsa and we indulge. I would have liked for my chips to be a bit thinner and crispier, but the salsa was delicious.

Everyone?s food surpassed expectation. Tacos came with cilantro, just like in Mexico, meat cooked to succulent tenderness. Avocado was neatly sliced and arranged, instead of mashed to an indistinguishable pulp. Rice fluffed from our forks and piled high on soft, warm flour tortillas. And I had the biggest, juiciest, tastiest Chile Relleno in my life.

Prices were more than reasonable. Mine was the most expensive around seven dollars. Everyone else got out under five. All in all it was a pleasant lunch for very little money. Recommendable!

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