My wife & I ate there this evening. I was really worried when every dish only had 3 options: beef, bean or combo. The menu said that you could substitute chicken fajita for the beef but that was the only option. You couldn't get just chicken. I asked if I they could do cheese enchiladas & they could so I ordered the enchilada platter w/ one bean & one cheese. They were buried under a huge glop of melted cheese (definitely not cheddar but not sure what it was). And much to my surprise, toward the end of eating the cheese one, I discovered that the cheese not only wasn't melted, but it was mozzarella! Who ever heard of mozzarella cheese in Mexican food!! My wife's Mile High Nachos were almost burnt on top & when she got toward the end, it was burned there too. As one reviewer on Yelp put it: "I've got a cast iron stomach & this place is really testing the limits!" Taco Bell would've been SO much better than this & way cheaper to boot! Do yourself a favor & pass this place up! If I could give it less than 1 star, believe me, I WOULD!!
Large portions at small prices make for a good time at this veteran beanery.. The restaurant has been around since 1979 and is primarily family oriented with the exception of game nights, when a younger crowd gathers around the flat-screen TV. This is an ideal place for meat lovers as just about everything comes with a generous amount of beef. The Mile High Nacho comes with 16 ounces of beef on top of fresh chips, a mountain of melting shredded cheddar cheese, salsa and guacamole.
Nino Taco Rocks!. Although this restaurant is small, it has just enough room for us who love the food and the service. The food is exellent and a nice portion for the money. When I wake up hungry sometimes, Nino Taco immediately comes to mind. I recommend this restaurant very highly.
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