Taco's El Rey

★★★★★

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I have only eaten here a few times. I have the good fortune of just working up the road. I had a chicken burrito today for lunch. OMGOSH!!!! The BEST burrito I have EVER eaten IN MY LIFE!!! \r
I have a new favorite place to eat in

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I have only eaten here a few times. I have the good fortune of just working up the road. I had a chicken burrito today for lunch. OMGOSH!!!! The BEST burrito I have EVER eaten IN MY LIFE!!! \r
I have a new favorite place to eat in

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My husband and I ate here a few nights ago, and we appreciated the change of pace from our normal mexican joint. The food was fresh, everything was very tasty, and the people who work there are helpful when you are making choices! Not to mention, the price is right!

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My husband and I ate here a few nights ago, and we appreciated the change of pace from our normal mexican joint. The food was fresh, everything was very tasty, and the people who work there are helpful when you are making choices! Not to mention, the price is right!

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Great tasting Mexican food. Traditional and tastes unique to the area. Small locally owned restaurant keeps me coming back. I always like supporting the locals, especially if they are good!

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Great tasting Mexican food. Traditional and tastes unique to the area. Small locally owned restaurant keeps me coming back. I always like supporting the locals, especially if they are good!

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Driving back from Seattle to the Portland area, we stopped in Centralia to grab a quick lunch. The first Mexican restaurant we stopped at did not make the kind of burritos we like; I wanted an inexpensive "hole-in-the-wall" taqueria that served huge burritos Mexican style - that you eat with your hands. They said, "For the best Mexican around, go to Taco's El Rey!". The Carne Asada and the Adobada (sauteed pork) burritos were the best!!! Lots of meat, rice, cilantro, salsa, and beans all inside a tightly rolled tortilla. I asked for whole beans (instead of refried beans) and extra salsa inside. That's the way I like 'em. Very kind people willing to do it just as you like it. It was a little hard to find, but I will gladly stop here anytime I am headed to Seattle or back! Truly authentic and very delicious!

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Driving back from Seattle to the Portland area, we stopped in Centralia to grab a quick lunch. The first Mexican restaurant we stopped at did not make the kind of burritos we like; I wanted an inexpensive "hole-in-the-wall" taqueria that served huge burritos Mexican style - that you eat with your hands. They said, "For the best Mexican around, go to Taco's El Rey!". The Carne Asada and the Adobada (sauteed pork) burritos were the best!!! Lots of meat, rice, cilantro, salsa, and beans all inside a tightly rolled tortilla. I asked for whole beans (instead of refried beans) and extra salsa inside. That's the way I like 'em. Very kind people willing to do it just as you like it. It was a little hard to find, but I will gladly stop here anytime I am headed to Seattle or back! Truly authentic and very delicious!

Pros: authentic food, inexpensive, made any way you like it

Cons: hard to find, outside eating area was run down

 

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