A beautiful restaurant, this eatery provides genuinely authentic mexican food. The prices are great (About 12 dollars per person, but they give you a ton of food). The one knock on this place is that it can get a little crowded at times.
Not found in the greatest of locations, the store itself is fine. The prices could be a little cheaper, but the cashier is quite jolly and willing to help sift through a decent variety of foodstuffs.
A decent eatery at best, the service was kind but became a little flustered when I was unhappy with my meal. Still, they made me a new one with no complaints and I was overall satisfied with the quality of the food made.
Another solid mexican eatery, the empanadas found here are absolutely to die for. The beef is well seasoned and the beans are chunky and delicious. The prices are a bit high, but no complaints if you want a hearty meal!
One of the more "fast food"-esque eateries in New York City, this restaurant provides a quick and cheap meal for those on-the-go. The fish tacos are an especially good deal and tasty, too!
Great for a nighttime snack, this restaurant provides an ideal "hang out" spot for the locals and for those travelers that want an "in" to the real New York.
A solid restaurant and I have no complaints about going there. The pricing was reasonable (About 12 dollars per person) and the food was good, but not spectacular. Still, I would give my recommendation.
A decent store, but not the greatest of locations in Fort Lee, New Jersey. The cashier was quite helpful, but I couldn't help but feel that the prices were a tad bit high.
This "House of Chicken" indeed serves one of the best marinated chicken quesadillas I've had in New York. The service is friendly and the prices are reasonable.
Another fine marketplace that provides cheap groceries. I've bought milk, eggs, and bread from this grocery store with half the cash that I would've paid at a Shoprite.