Pueblo Nuevo Mexican Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 7401 N Lindbergh Blvd

    Hazelwood, MO 63042

    Map & Directions
  • 314-269-0225

About Pueblo Nuevo Mexican Restaurant

Hours
Mon - Thu, 11am - 9:30pm; Fri - Sat, 11am - 10pm

Food

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I've been going to Pueblo Nuevo for many years and absolutely love their food. Those folks who go to eat Mexican at Casa or El Maguey are getting the Americanized style of Mexican food. Pueblo Nuevo is the closest to authentic that I have had in St. Louis. Many times that I've been there I've seen folks from Mexico also eating there. I don't see this at the other restaurants!

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★★★★★

I've been going to Pueblo Nuevo for many years and absolutely love their food. Those folks who go to eat Mexican at Casa or El Maguey are getting the Americanized style of Mexican food. Pueblo Nuevo is the closest to authentic that I have had in St. Louis. Many times that I've been there I've seen folks from Mexico also eating there. I don't see this at the other restaurants!

Pros: fresh, authentic food

Cons: none

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Several of my family members were here from California and scoffed at the idea of getting Mexican food in Missouri. They were impressed with the selection and quality of the food offered at Pueblo Nuevo.

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Several of my family members were here from California and scoffed at the idea of getting Mexican food in Missouri. They were impressed with the selection and quality of the food offered at Pueblo Nuevo.

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The food was fantastic. The sauce, the Salsa, the Enchiladas.
The only problem i had was I ate the green sauce over two enchiladas and was deathly sick for 2 days.

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The food was fantastic. The sauce, the Salsa, the Enchiladas.
The only problem i had was I ate the green sauce over two enchiladas and was deathly sick for 2 days.

Pros: Convienence`

Cons: Sickness

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I can't say enough about Pueblo Nuevo. It's my favorite local restaurant.

I've been going to Pueblo since the mid-90's, and they've really taught me how to enjoy Mexican cuisine. Bertha owns and runs the restaurant, and her son & daughter help manage it. Most of the employees are family members, and Bertha runs a tight ship.

The enchiladas are EXCELLENT. Also, the tacos asada are a real treat. If you're not a fan of rice or beans, or if you're on a tight budget, order a la carte. A chimichanga is a meal all by itself. If you're in the mood for dessert, the empanadas des frutas (fruit pies) with ice cream are quite tasty. The best dessert, though, is the sopapilla - a fried tortilla with vanilla ice cream, honey, and cinnamon on top.

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★★★★★

I can't say enough about Pueblo Nuevo. It's my favorite local restaurant.

I've been going to Pueblo since the mid-90's, and they've really taught me how to enjoy Mexican cuisine. Bertha owns and runs the restaurant, and her son & daughter help manage it. Most of the employees are family members, and Bertha runs a tight ship.

The enchiladas are EXCELLENT. Also, the tacos asada are a real treat. If you're not a fan of rice or beans, or if you're on a tight budget, order a la carte. A chimichanga is a meal all by itself. If you're in the mood for dessert, the empanadas des frutas (fruit pies) with ice cream are quite tasty. The best dessert, though, is the sopapilla - a fried tortilla with vanilla ice cream, honey, and cinnamon on top.

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A friend introduced me to Pueblo Nuevo over 10 years ago and I've been a repeat customer ever since. I've tried different things on the menu and never had anything I didn't like, but I keep coming back to the enchiladas with green sauce. To die for! The staff is friendly and service is good. The prices have crept up over the years keeping me from visiting as much as I might like. It's my favorite Mexican restaurant in the St. Louis area.

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A friend introduced me to Pueblo Nuevo over 10 years ago and I've been a repeat customer ever since. I've tried different things on the menu and never had anything I didn't like, but I keep coming back to the enchiladas with green sauce. To die for! The staff is friendly and service is good. The prices have crept up over the years keeping me from visiting as much as I might like. It's my favorite Mexican restaurant in the St. Louis area.

Pros: Tasty food, great service

Cons: It's gotten a little pricey over the years.

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This is good food with a unique flavor (mediterranean?). From talking with others who have eaten there, you either really like it or you really don't. Be open minded, it's worth a try for anyone. If you are looking for full fledged mexican, go to Arcelia's down in St. Louis city. I would say this is mexican with a flair. For instance the salad I ordered tasted like it had italian dressing. On one evening occasion they had a really good guitar player and his young daughter was there singing a few songs. (Good music, added ambience to an otherwise ordinary looking place.) And if I understood correctly the owner worked at another well known restaurant before becoming business owner himself.

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This is good food with a unique flavor (mediterranean?). From talking with others who have eaten there, you either really like it or you really don't. Be open minded, it's worth a try for anyone. If you are looking for full fledged mexican, go to Arcelia's down in St. Louis city. I would say this is mexican with a flair. For instance the salad I ordered tasted like it had italian dressing. On one evening occasion they had a really good guitar player and his young daughter was there singing a few songs. (Good music, added ambience to an otherwise ordinary looking place.) And if I understood correctly the owner worked at another well known restaurant before becoming business owner himself.

Pros: Not your ordinary mexican food

Cons: Can be pricey if you like to pick and choose

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The verde enchiladas here are worth driving from whatever location you're coming from -- they're definitely 5-alarm! You can purchase a tequila sucker with a worm inside at the counter, if that sort of thing thrills you. (I passed on this thrill.) The chips are wonderfully freshly made and hot, the salsa is tangy (two versions). Too bad the Velvet Freeze still isn't next door: That made for a wonderful "Part Two" to an evening at Pueblo Nuevo.

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The verde enchiladas here are worth driving from whatever location you're coming from -- they're definitely 5-alarm! You can purchase a tequila sucker with a worm inside at the counter, if that sort of thing thrills you. (I passed on this thrill.) The chips are wonderfully freshly made and hot, the salsa is tangy (two versions). Too bad the Velvet Freeze still isn't next door: That made for a wonderful "Part Two" to an evening at Pueblo Nuevo.

Pros: Good $ value, Lots of parking

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Pueblo is fantastic and our favorite restaurant. The food is authentic - always fresh and prepared with a love for mexican culture. My husband says it is the only food he's had in a restaurant that reminds him of his mother's cooking. The menu has a wide variety of dishes, and everything is great. This is a family operation, so feel free to bring your kids. On weekends they also have one or two guitarists. They recently expanded, so seating isn't a problem.

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★★★★★

Pueblo is fantastic and our favorite restaurant. The food is authentic - always fresh and prepared with a love for mexican culture. My husband says it is the only food he's had in a restaurant that reminds him of his mother's cooking. The menu has a wide variety of dishes, and everything is great. This is a family operation, so feel free to bring your kids. On weekends they also have one or two guitarists. They recently expanded, so seating isn't a problem.

Pros: great food, reasonable prices, friendly

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Pueblo Nuevo is a great Mexican Restaurant here in St. Louis. Some say it is the hidden treasure here in S. Louis because it is a ver small Mexican Restaurant. I would say this Restaurant is up there with the best of the best of Mexican Restaurants here in St. Louis. The food is Authentic and not that type of So called Authentic that you get a Casa Gallardo or El Maguey - this is real Mex. food and is cooked and owned by Mexicans. Also please keep the owner in your prayers who has just passed away.

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Pueblo Nuevo is a great Mexican Restaurant here in St. Louis. Some say it is the hidden treasure here in S. Louis because it is a ver small Mexican Restaurant. I would say this Restaurant is up there with the best of the best of Mexican Restaurants here in St. Louis. The food is Authentic and not that type of So called Authentic that you get a Casa Gallardo or El Maguey - this is real Mex. food and is cooked and owned by Mexicans. Also please keep the owner in your prayers who has just passed away.

Pros: Average Cost, Great Food, Not Usually Crowded

Cons: Service sometime Slow

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St. Louisans like their Mexican food, and the Morales family has fueled their love of enchiladas and tamales since 1983. The strip mall location is nothing fancy, but the serviceable interior tends to be forgotten once the food arrives.…

 

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