Centrico

★★★★☆
  • 211 W Broadway

    New York, NY 10013

    Cross street: nr. Franklin St.

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  • 212-431-0700

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At our table we ordered three appetizers and three entrees; there was not a flavor to be found. Bland, empty, ill-conceived food. Aaron should be ashamed to have his name on the wall. There are so many other great Mexican places in NYC;

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★★★★★

At our table we ordered three appetizers and three entrees; there was not a flavor to be found. Bland, empty, ill-conceived food. Aaron should be ashamed to have his name on the wall. There are so many other great Mexican places in NYC;

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My wife and I had an amazing staycation in New York this past week and one of the reasons was Centrico. We wanted drinks and good food after spending a fun day out in Dumbo satisfying our craving for Jacques Torres spicy hot chocolate, but we also wanted a laid back yet sophisticated atmosphere and location. Centrico delivered! We sat outside under the stars watching people stroll past sipping Margaritas and eating the delicious guacamole, hearty beef tacos and fresh tomatoe salad. It was a very romantic night and Centrico is definitely one of our favorite places in NY now.

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★★★★☆

My wife and I had an amazing staycation in New York this past week and one of the reasons was Centrico. We wanted drinks and good food after spending a fun day out in Dumbo satisfying our craving for Jacques Torres spicy hot chocolate, but we also wanted a laid back yet sophisticated atmosphere and location. Centrico delivered! We sat outside under the stars watching people stroll past sipping Margaritas and eating the delicious guacamole, hearty beef tacos and fresh tomatoe salad. It was a very romantic night and Centrico is definitely one of our favorite places in NY now.

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My first "Aaron Sanchez" restaurant experience and I was not disappointed. We ate on the Wed before Thanksgiving so it was quieted than usual. Started with guacamole and my only ??con? was there were too many chips which left my ??chipped out? by the time my appetizer came out. For the app, I had their cerviche del dia which was pretty amazing with the right amount of kick but again, too many chips. For the main course I had their pan seared duck breast which was prepared perfectly (med rare) and a side of brussel sprouts. And to wash it down, I had a glass of their Riesling. For dessert, I had wanted to try their churros but they did not have any so I had their delicious chocolate cake instead. The cake was warm and moist which was perfected with a tiny scoop of ice cream. The overall dinner and ambiance was what I had expected, service was acceptable.

2
★★★★☆

My first "Aaron Sanchez" restaurant experience and I was not disappointed. We ate on the Wed before Thanksgiving so it was quieted than usual. Started with guacamole and my only ??con? was there were too many chips which left my ??chipped out? by the time my appetizer came out. For the app, I had their cerviche del dia which was pretty amazing with the right amount of kick but again, too many chips. For the main course I had their pan seared duck breast which was prepared perfectly (med rare) and a side of brussel sprouts. And to wash it down, I had a glass of their Riesling. For dessert, I had wanted to try their churros but they did not have any so I had their delicious chocolate cake instead. The cake was warm and moist which was perfected with a tiny scoop of ice cream. The overall dinner and ambiance was what I had expected, service was acceptable.

Pros: food, ambiance

Cons: too much chips

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I went to this restaurant specifically because of the executive chef, Aaron Sanchez. I have seen him judge other chefs on a Food Network show. Based on how he judges, I was expecting exceptional food. It was so-so. The squash blossom appetizer, which was suppposed to be fried, was soggy and bland. The homemade guacamole was excellent and had a bit of a kick to it. We were not offered an option of having the guacamole mild. The scallops appetizer was great and the mint verde salsa made me want to lick the plate. That being said, my friend ordered a lovely-sounding asparagus salad for an appetizer, but there was no asparagus in the salad. The chicken with mole sauce was good and tasted almost homemade. The pepita crusted salmon was overcooked and a bit on the dry side. Overall, it was a bit of a let-down, but I am willing to give it another shot for lunch.

1
★★★☆☆

I went to this restaurant specifically because of the executive chef, Aaron Sanchez. I have seen him judge other chefs on a Food Network show. Based on how he judges, I was expecting exceptional food. It was so-so. The squash blossom appetizer, which was suppposed to be fried, was soggy and bland. The homemade guacamole was excellent and had a bit of a kick to it. We were not offered an option of having the guacamole mild. The scallops appetizer was great and the mint verde salsa made me want to lick the plate. That being said, my friend ordered a lovely-sounding asparagus salad for an appetizer, but there was no asparagus in the salad. The chicken with mole sauce was good and tasted almost homemade. The pepita crusted salmon was overcooked and a bit on the dry side. Overall, it was a bit of a let-down, but I am willing to give it another shot for lunch.

Pros: Nice open space, good service

Cons: Food missing from plates, bland appetizer

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What a waste of a dinner . The staff at this place works other jobs while waiting your table, its the only explanantion on how they can disappear for so long.

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★☆☆☆☆

What a waste of a dinner . The staff at this place works other jobs while waiting your table, its the only explanantion on how they can disappear for so long.

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Went on a friday night, had no problem being seated right away. We decided to just get appetizers and we were really pleased. The guac was awesome and so were the mini enchiladas and plantains. The fried green tomatoes were the best. We'll definitely be going back to do the same thing all over again.

2
★★★★★

Went on a friday night, had no problem being seated right away. We decided to just get appetizers and we were really pleased. The guac was awesome and so were the mini enchiladas and plantains. The fried green tomatoes were the best. We'll definitely be going back to do the same thing all over again.

Pros: Great tapas

Cons: none

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I just have to say that Centrico has topped the charts for my new york city dining experience. After years of eating mexican, I have finally found a restaurant that exceeds all of my expectations. With a menu that is always changing, I know that I can come back anytime and expect a little change. Our favorites would have to be the fried green tomatoes (I've had them topped with both mushrooms and shrimp) and the seared scallops, which are to die for. My husband and I have also been very impressed by the wine list. It is nice to finally find a restaurant that cares about and diversifies their wine list as much as they care about the menu. There's such an extensive collection from South America and Spain. My personal favorite is the Domini, from Portugal!
In short, don't come expecting burritos and enchiladas or your typical tex\-mex restaurant. This is mexican food that is inspired by ingredients of different regions of Mexico, which have been hand-picked by the chef, Aaron Sanchez.
Service great, authentic, friendly, from the moment you walk in, to the moment you step out.
highly recommend centrico!

2
★★★★★

I just have to say that Centrico has topped the charts for my new york city dining experience. After years of eating mexican, I have finally found a restaurant that exceeds all of my expectations. With a menu that is always changing, I know that I can come back anytime and expect a little change. Our favorites would have to be the fried green tomatoes (I've had them topped with both mushrooms and shrimp) and the seared scallops, which are to die for. My husband and I have also been very impressed by the wine list. It is nice to finally find a restaurant that cares about and diversifies their wine list as much as they care about the menu. There's such an extensive collection from South America and Spain. My personal favorite is the Domini, from Portugal!
In short, don't come expecting burritos and enchiladas or your typical tex\-mex restaurant. This is mexican food that is inspired by ingredients of different regions of Mexico, which have been hand-picked by the chef, Aaron Sanchez.
Service great, authentic, friendly, from the moment you walk in, to the moment you step out.
highly recommend centrico!

Pros: great food, great service, beautiful restaurant

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I took my girlfriend here for her birthday. The guacamole was great, the service was good, and the pomegranate margarita was brisk and flavorful. Quite simply, though, the entrees were extremely uninspired; so bland that I needed a couple beers to wash down the starchy, overcooked tuna tacos with mango "salsa" (essentially, mini-mango cubes). My date got the chicken, which was too spicy and was swimming in chicken juices. The waiter prepared a birthday dessert for the birthday girl, but the cake was cold and the cinnamon didn't really add anything positive to the molten-cake dessert.

Pros: Drinks, Guac', Service
Cons: Bland Food

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★★☆☆☆

I took my girlfriend here for her birthday. The guacamole was great, the service was good, and the pomegranate margarita was brisk and flavorful. Quite simply, though, the entrees were extremely uninspired; so bland that I needed a couple beers to wash down the starchy, overcooked tuna tacos with mango "salsa" (essentially, mini-mango cubes). My date got the chicken, which was too spicy and was swimming in chicken juices. The waiter prepared a birthday dessert for the birthday girl, but the cake was cold and the cinnamon didn't really add anything positive to the molten-cake dessert.

Pros: Drinks, Guac', Service
Cons: Bland Food

Pros: Speciality Drinks, Guacamole, Service

Cons: Food

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One of the best restaurants in new york, as a big fan of Mexican food everybody was telling me: you need to try centrico,so i got together with a group of friends and we went to centrico, a very good looking space in a corner, high ceilings great red and orange lighting and the best music, the people at the door they really know what they are doing, even that they are not servers they where able to answer all my questions about the food and the restaurant while i was waiting at the bar having a drink called "frozen prickly pear caipirinha" that was really refreshing and unique, some of my friends where having margaritas and they loved them, at the table our server with a great knowledge about the menu and the wine list and guided us through a lovely dinner , short ribs, pan seared scallops, fish tacos and duck with a fruity mole amazing, overall centrico is an amazing restaurant the food, drinks, staff , the space and the chef ,they all work together very well to make you feel special..

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★★★★★

One of the best restaurants in new york, as a big fan of Mexican food everybody was telling me: you need to try centrico,so i got together with a group of friends and we went to centrico, a very good looking space in a corner, high ceilings great red and orange lighting and the best music, the people at the door they really know what they are doing, even that they are not servers they where able to answer all my questions about the food and the restaurant while i was waiting at the bar having a drink called "frozen prickly pear caipirinha" that was really refreshing and unique, some of my friends where having margaritas and they loved them, at the table our server with a great knowledge about the menu and the wine list and guided us through a lovely dinner , short ribs, pan seared scallops, fish tacos and duck with a fruity mole amazing, overall centrico is an amazing restaurant the food, drinks, staff , the space and the chef ,they all work together very well to make you feel special..

Pros: everybody works great together to give you a great experience

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Appetizers and entrees were both a major letdown. Fish tasted like it came from the Hudson and bland as can be. Skirt steak was decent, nothing to write home about. Drinks were average. Service was average, even though the restaurant was empty. Shocked if this place is still open in '08.

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★★☆☆☆

Appetizers and entrees were both a major letdown. Fish tasted like it came from the Hudson and bland as can be. Skirt steak was decent, nothing to write home about. Drinks were average. Service was average, even though the restaurant was empty. Shocked if this place is still open in '08.

Pros: Nice hostess

Cons: Read above

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Last week my wife, some friends and I ate at Centrico. We were pleasantly surprised at the staff from the start. We hadn't been in since the summer. As soon as we got into the restaurant, the host Jesse recognized both me and my wife right away and welcomed us back. As we waited for our friends at the bar. We had an amazing time there with the bartenders Aleeza and Juan they are awesome. My wife and I participated in Tequila tasting while they educated us on different types of tequila made in Mexico. Oscar (GM) is a really cool guy; he accommodated a party of 10 on such short notice for my birthday. As we
walked to our table (round copper top table). The room felt amazing, airy with the smell of food coming from the kitchen, huge windows, good music, low lit red and orange lights that followed an Aztec influenced mural outlining the restaurants top wall. Service was amazing, everyone was knowledgeable of the food. My wife said at one point she felt as if we were getting a geography lesson on Mexico threw Aaron's food. They made us feel like we were at there house instead of a stuffy overcrowded restaurant. Thank you guys for one of the smoothest sailing, enjoyable birthday experience.

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★★★★★

Last week my wife, some friends and I ate at Centrico. We were pleasantly surprised at the staff from the start. We hadn't been in since the summer. As soon as we got into the restaurant, the host Jesse recognized both me and my wife right away and welcomed us back. As we waited for our friends at the bar. We had an amazing time there with the bartenders Aleeza and Juan they are awesome. My wife and I participated in Tequila tasting while they educated us on different types of tequila made in Mexico. Oscar (GM) is a really cool guy; he accommodated a party of 10 on such short notice for my birthday. As we
walked to our table (round copper top table). The room felt amazing, airy with the smell of food coming from the kitchen, huge windows, good music, low lit red and orange lights that followed an Aztec influenced mural outlining the restaurants top wall. Service was amazing, everyone was knowledgeable of the food. My wife said at one point she felt as if we were getting a geography lesson on Mexico threw Aaron's food. They made us feel like we were at there house instead of a stuffy overcrowded restaurant. Thank you guys for one of the smoothest sailing, enjoyable birthday experience.

Pros: great staff, great location, worth the trip out

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I recently had a very pleasurable experience at Centrico. Chef Aaron Sanchez is very talented and shared his knowledge of the history of the dishes we had with my friend and I. The bar staff is very good - Juan created the Frozen Prickly Pear Capirhina which is delicious. The Jala-Pina is really delicious, its got a good kick and thankfully, wasn't as spicy as I expected. It was really bright and fresh. All of the produce used is local and chef Sanchez builds his menu around what is available seasonally - two added bonuses. Memorable dishes of the night: Scallop ceviche, Wild mushroom & Oaxaca quesadilla (made PERFECTLY), and for dessert: Churros w/ chocolate dipping sauce (rich and sweet but not too sweet) and Chocolate molten cake with corn ice cream (the flavor of this ice cream was a real nice surprise!). All in all, a great delicious night! I look forward to returning to Centrico and trying new dishes.

2
★★★★★

I recently had a very pleasurable experience at Centrico. Chef Aaron Sanchez is very talented and shared his knowledge of the history of the dishes we had with my friend and I. The bar staff is very good - Juan created the Frozen Prickly Pear Capirhina which is delicious. The Jala-Pina is really delicious, its got a good kick and thankfully, wasn't as spicy as I expected. It was really bright and fresh. All of the produce used is local and chef Sanchez builds his menu around what is available seasonally - two added bonuses. Memorable dishes of the night: Scallop ceviche, Wild mushroom & Oaxaca quesadilla (made PERFECTLY), and for dessert: Churros w/ chocolate dipping sauce (rich and sweet but not too sweet) and Chocolate molten cake with corn ice cream (the flavor of this ice cream was a real nice surprise!). All in all, a great delicious night! I look forward to returning to Centrico and trying new dishes.

Pros: delicious food that is plated very well, ambience - the high ceiling are great, wonderful cocktails and dessert

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Ok, I hate to trash someone online, especially since it?s so impersonal, but I get the tuna taco at Centrico all the time, probable more than I?d like to admit to, so I don't know what this jokers talking about?? My wife and I live in the area, service is always great, Oscars (the gm) is a really cool, funny guy and if you do stop by Centrico try the tortilla soup as an app, its f--ken amazing!

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★★★★★

Ok, I hate to trash someone online, especially since it?s so impersonal, but I get the tuna taco at Centrico all the time, probable more than I?d like to admit to, so I don't know what this jokers talking about?? My wife and I live in the area, service is always great, Oscars (the gm) is a really cool, funny guy and if you do stop by Centrico try the tortilla soup as an app, its f--ken amazing!

Pros: tuna tacos..hum

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The margaritas are not so special. The menu says that they are made of fresh fruit. Even so they are not well balanced and sour. They were also not blended through properly. The food was not so special for NY where there are many Mexican restaurants. For the price they charge you should get better service too. I made the mistake of not ordering an appetizer and it took 50 minutes to get the main dish. The pork dish was overcooked but the fish dish was not.

2
★★★★☆

The margaritas are not so special. The menu says that they are made of fresh fruit. Even so they are not well balanced and sour. They were also not blended through properly. The food was not so special for NY where there are many Mexican restaurants. For the price they charge you should get better service too. I made the mistake of not ordering an appetizer and it took 50 minutes to get the main dish. The pork dish was overcooked but the fish dish was not.

Pros: outdoor seating

Cons: bad margaritas, bad service, average food for the price

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I went to Centrico on a fairly busy Wednesday night and the service was outstanding. My friend, who is a vegetarian couldnt find any entrees that she could have and when she asked the waiter about it, he suggested a vegetarian risotto that wasn't on the menu but had the kitchen prepare for her. The margaritas were great, as were the guacamole and chips. I had the braised short ribs and they were amazingly tender and flavorful - I highly recommend this dish if you go there. The corn ice cream that comes with the molten chocolate cake is also delicious and goes suprisingly well with the chocolate. Overall, I had a wonderful time at Centrico - outstanding food and service in a casual atmosphere.

2
★★★★★

I went to Centrico on a fairly busy Wednesday night and the service was outstanding. My friend, who is a vegetarian couldnt find any entrees that she could have and when she asked the waiter about it, he suggested a vegetarian risotto that wasn't on the menu but had the kitchen prepare for her. The margaritas were great, as were the guacamole and chips. I had the braised short ribs and they were amazingly tender and flavorful - I highly recommend this dish if you go there. The corn ice cream that comes with the molten chocolate cake is also delicious and goes suprisingly well with the chocolate. Overall, I had a wonderful time at Centrico - outstanding food and service in a casual atmosphere.

Pros: Food, service, drinks!

Cons: None that I could find.

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After much debating back and forth, my friends and I decided to go to Centrico for restaurant week. Needless to say, we were very pleased with our decision. The margaritas were amazing, and so was every part of the meal. The plantains were heavenly, as were all of our entrees. The waitress was great and was very prompt about refilling the chips and guacamole. The desserts (particularly the sorbet) were also delicious. I highly recommend it.

2
★★★★★

After much debating back and forth, my friends and I decided to go to Centrico for restaurant week. Needless to say, we were very pleased with our decision. The margaritas were amazing, and so was every part of the meal. The plantains were heavenly, as were all of our entrees. The waitress was great and was very prompt about refilling the chips and guacamole. The desserts (particularly the sorbet) were also delicious. I highly recommend it.

Pros: delicious food, service

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Let me just say that our meal here was absolutely terrible. This restaurant is extremely pretentious- they have daily specials, but only "VIP's" are allowed to hear them. We heard two different servers telling tables about these specials, and when we asked to hear them, they wouldn't tell us them. I guess we were not important enough to know, even though they had no idea who we were. The food was bad, menu very unexciting and drinks were weak. All in all, SKIP this place and go somewhere where EVERYONE can hear what the specials are. All in all it was the worst restaurant experience i have ever had in new york.

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★☆☆☆☆

Let me just say that our meal here was absolutely terrible. This restaurant is extremely pretentious- they have daily specials, but only "VIP's" are allowed to hear them. We heard two different servers telling tables about these specials, and when we asked to hear them, they wouldn't tell us them. I guess we were not important enough to know, even though they had no idea who we were. The food was bad, menu very unexciting and drinks were weak. All in all, SKIP this place and go somewhere where EVERYONE can hear what the specials are. All in all it was the worst restaurant experience i have ever had in new york.

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There is nothing better then great margaritas and amazing mexican food, i live around the corner and i think that centrico is awesome, Me and my friends we already tried the whole menu but the good thing is that every time that we come back there is always some thing new to try, the service is super friendly and always on time, centrico its a great deal always fresh and ready for a great meal, the short ribs my favorites and try the frog legs, jalapinas margarita super yummy....

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★★★★★

There is nothing better then great margaritas and amazing mexican food, i live around the corner and i think that centrico is awesome, Me and my friends we already tried the whole menu but the good thing is that every time that we come back there is always some thing new to try, the service is super friendly and always on time, centrico its a great deal always fresh and ready for a great meal, the short ribs my favorites and try the frog legs, jalapinas margarita super yummy....

Pros: food, great service and awesome drinks and they deliver too

Cons: none

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I enjoyed my visit to Centrico for a couple of reasons. Reservations weren't too hard to come by, the food is delicious and service was top-notch. We ordered the famous ceviche combo and guacamole. The ceviche was good but being an avocado addict, I loved the guacamole served with freshly fried chips. I had the spicy tiger shrimp and it was perfect. Being a spice lover, I thought the heat was right and the shrimp was incredibly fresh! However, my companions didn't enjoy their entrees as much as I did. The ambiance was subdued and quiet (we went on a Sturday evening). The service was very good. The waiter who served our table was very knowledgable of the menu, which is always a good sign.

2
★★★★☆

I enjoyed my visit to Centrico for a couple of reasons. Reservations weren't too hard to come by, the food is delicious and service was top-notch. We ordered the famous ceviche combo and guacamole. The ceviche was good but being an avocado addict, I loved the guacamole served with freshly fried chips. I had the spicy tiger shrimp and it was perfect. Being a spice lover, I thought the heat was right and the shrimp was incredibly fresh! However, my companions didn't enjoy their entrees as much as I did. The ambiance was subdued and quiet (we went on a Sturday evening). The service was very good. The waiter who served our table was very knowledgable of the menu, which is always a good sign.

Pros: Reasonably-priced, Great service, Fresh seafood

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My wife and I had a great evening there last night. We loved the cocktails, and like a previous reviewer my wife especially loved the Jala-Piña. We picked a variety of appetizers from the menu in lieu of an entree becuase we are both vegetarians (guacamole, plaintains, quesidilla, etc) and loved every one. The uncluttered decor of the restuant, high ceilings, and lack of tall buildings immediately outside made the whole restaurant feel airy, spacious, and wide open, a welcome change in the city.

2
★★★★★

My wife and I had a great evening there last night. We loved the cocktails, and like a previous reviewer my wife especially loved the Jala-Piña. We picked a variety of appetizers from the menu in lieu of an entree becuase we are both vegetarians (guacamole, plaintains, quesidilla, etc) and loved every one. The uncluttered decor of the restuant, high ceilings, and lack of tall buildings immediately outside made the whole restaurant feel airy, spacious, and wide open, a welcome change in the city.

Pros: cocktails, wasn't rushed, spacious

Cons: no vegtarian entree

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Service could have been a bit more attentive, the food was good with some dishes outshing others. The decor is too open and sparce and the mismatched chairs have no rhyme or reason. 24.07 menu was a deal to try this hip tribeca restaurant but the wrong dessert was sent to the table. Have dined there twice now and don't know whether it's good enough to so again, the drinks are great though!

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★★★☆☆

Service could have been a bit more attentive, the food was good with some dishes outshing others. The decor is too open and sparce and the mismatched chairs have no rhyme or reason. 24.07 menu was a deal to try this hip tribeca restaurant but the wrong dessert was sent to the table. Have dined there twice now and don't know whether it's good enough to so again, the drinks are great though!

Pros: guacomole, homemade salsa

Cons: inexperienced service, room too cold

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The only way I would go back is if I go to have drinks. I would not recommend eating there, especially if you are hungry. The food is very bland and the servings are very small. Also- the waitress specializing in tequila is very rude!!

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★☆☆☆☆

The only way I would go back is if I go to have drinks. I would not recommend eating there, especially if you are hungry. The food is very bland and the servings are very small. Also- the waitress specializing in tequila is very rude!!

Pros: Good margaritas, atmosphere

Cons: Bland Food, expensive, service

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Centrico is a welcome addition to the "authenticy war" that numerous local Mexican restaurants are waging; clearly, we the patrons are the winners! Having grown up in west Texas (really, almost a completely different state) I have been waiting for a Mexican restaurant that would bridge New York's culinary excellence and Mexico's unique flavor. The menu includes authentic faves (e.g. Pozole) and NY musts (your pick). Granted, all the kitchen has to compete with in downtown are memories of the Burrito Bar and Burritoville. Nonetheless, this is a winner worth your visit.

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★★★★★

Centrico is a welcome addition to the "authenticy war" that numerous local Mexican restaurants are waging; clearly, we the patrons are the winners! Having grown up in west Texas (really, almost a completely different state) I have been waiting for a Mexican restaurant that would bridge New York's culinary excellence and Mexico's unique flavor. The menu includes authentic faves (e.g. Pozole) and NY musts (your pick). Granted, all the kitchen has to compete with in downtown are memories of the Burrito Bar and Burritoville. Nonetheless, this is a winner worth your visit.

Pros: Authentic food, Good service

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Two friends and I had a terrific evening on the terrace last night. LOVE the cocktails, especially the Jala-Piña, and the food is excellent - short ribs are meltingly tender and flavorful, grilled chicken is addictive, and the apps (veg. quesadilla, ceviches, frog legs) are so good it was hard to share. Our waiter was adorable and very sweet. So is Shannon, the manager.

If you think Mexican food is just tacos and guacamole, try this place!

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★★★★★

Two friends and I had a terrific evening on the terrace last night. LOVE the cocktails, especially the Jala-Piña, and the food is excellent - short ribs are meltingly tender and flavorful, grilled chicken is addictive, and the apps (veg. quesadilla, ceviches, frog legs) are so good it was hard to share. Our waiter was adorable and very sweet. So is Shannon, the manager.

If you think Mexican food is just tacos and guacamole, try this place!

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Food Network star and ex-Paladar chef Aaron Sanchez has settled into uber-trendy TriBeCa, offering a savory sampling of all 32 regions of Mexico: sinfully spicy picadas (a trio of corn tarts with avocado-tomatillo salsa, roasted tomato…

 

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