This place is the real deal. You can bring your own Tequila and they will provide mixer for Margaritas.
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This Mexican restaurant is the best in South Jersey! Food is always delicious & served hot. Even the free chips & salsa excellent. BYOB which means they concentrate on serving excellent food, not alcoholic drinks. They do offer mixers. I've been dining at El Azteca for years & will never go anywhere else when I crave Mexican.
The food all tasted good. The portions were huge! The restaurant is in a strip mall off of a busy highway area. I had combination 31, and horchata. My husband had a super burrito and it was HUGE! If we were ever in town there again we would go back. Prices were average 40 bucks for 2 of us. No... More
Visited this restaurant on a Saturday night. There was no wait to be seated. This is a BYOB. After we were seated, there was a some what of a wait time until they brought our glasses and ice. The waiter did apologize for the wait time. As previously reported the Salsa does need some improvement. Also when ordering guacamole I... More
We recently moved in nearby, or else we probably would have never learned of El Azteca. As soon as we moved in, we started getting recommendations from friends and family to check this place out. We were skeptical - it doesn't look like much. But we were wrong. Their food is SO good. They have a complex and fresh mole... More
Not bad at all. Service was good, food authentic and they give you plenty. The only thing I was disappointed in was the salsa for the chips. Looked like tomato sauce, bland, no onions or cilantro in it. Otherwise good food.
We stopped for lunch and it was pretty crowded for a Tuesday. The service was good. The chicken chimichanga was tasty with lots of fresh meat. The Jefe special was good as well. Nice job, good hustle. The place could use some updating though.
When we are going to have a family dinner El Azteca is the unanimous choice every time and our family comes from Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties. We followed them from Grant Ave in NE Philly. We have not found a comparable Mexican restaurant anywhere. We'd be there much more often, like the GOOD old days, if they were still... More
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