Just got back from Mexico, and I kind of wanted to tell them that I can get better Tacos in Minnesota :)
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Unfortunately the Styrofoam plates turned me off. I can take Styrofoam for to go containers but when dining inside, it serves as a total turnoff. None the less, with large Mexican population inside, I knew I was in for a treat. It just didn't happen. Everything was just basic and bland; not what I expected. I believe in experiencing the... More
I was here once with my mom and a friend. We each ordered something different. The carnitas were flavorful and tender. The carna asade tacos were quite good. Mom got the chicken quesadilla One section didn't have any chicken in it but otherwise she said it was quite good Like a few other taqueria's I've been to you order at... More
Definitely a gem of a place in the Twin Cities area! The exterior is very unassuming, just another unit in a small shopping strip; the interior is a trip into Mexico. Tile laden tables, colorful chairs, and Mexican decor adorn the walls. I've been there a few times already and every time has been a treat. The al pastor tortas... More
Ate Lunch here today,Had the Alambres Al Pastor,(mini Tacos with Marinated Pork), my Wife had the same thing with Pollo(Chicken). This was one of the best Mexican Meals we've had in a very long time. The food was fresh,vibrant,and incredibly tasty,never before had I used the Lime wedges,and now I get it. This will be on my to do list... More
Attentive efficient management of customers. Clean surroundings but... Yawn... Basic Mexican authentic food... Not too exciting. Maybe a little scary if control of calories and better quality meat is of interest. Deconstructed the pork cut is of marginal quality.
Brightly lit and inviting, this place has nothing to hide. It is so sparkling clean you could eat from the counters or floors but get a table fast because even on a Tuesday night this place was hopping. Taqueria La Hacienda appears to have a number of very regular customers and I took that as a good sign. The fact... More
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