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By: Susan S.
Los Toltecos
We had eaten at this place for about 4 years and ordered carryout a number of times. Service and food was always so so. Tonight in my carryout order i received undercooked pink chicken. Husband's and son's orders were both wrong. Time to find a new mexican place. Please make sure you check your chicken before eating. Undercooked chicken can make you really sick.
By: Kim S.
La Paz Mexican Restaurant
I have had better food at a taco bell. Queso was something undescribable. They should stick to Rotel and Velvetta.
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By: Howard L.
Los Toltecos
Reminded me of other area Mexican restaurants. The waiter was great, but the food wasn't very good at all, in general. I also sadly felt sick an hour later, so Montezuma took revenge for eating at this location. I love real Mexican food, but sadly this place is removed from my list of places to visit in the future..
By: peaceful1977
Shockley Honda
I'm happy to say I had a smooth and stress-free customer experience. Prior to scheduling a test drive, I corresponded with Alex via email to ask some questions about a vehicle. I scheduled a test drive and when I arrived for my appointment, Alex had the vehicle ready, and I never felt rushed or pressured to buy - which I appreciate so much. Before going to Shockley, I had shopped for an SUV for several weeks at other dealerships whose salespeople left excessive voicemails on my cell phone, sent me multiple emails daily, and put on pressure after I test drove a vehicle. Alex was great taking the time to answer my questions and address my concerns. Justin, in finance, was professional and easy to work with, explaining each form and signature page. Other dealers could learn from Shockley about the best way to treat customers who are shopping for a vehicle that best meets their needs and budget. I am very pleased with the way this dealer conducts business and definitely recommend them based on my recent experience..
By: suzy.zabel
Mexicali Cantina
We have never been here before, thought we'd give it a try. We should have went to Taco Bell instead. The food was horrid. I love Mexican food, but... this was not good. The refried beans didn't resemble beans, they were so puréed. The salsa was thin and not at all spicy. My chicken enchiladas were tasteless and cold. Being from the West coast, I know good Mexican food when I see it.
By: scottc95
Black Market Cars
Very friendly and honest dealership. My car starts right up and runs like new every time, i would definitely recommend them.
By: magsmoo
Cafe Bueno
This place had the best nachos I have ever had. It was all home made and delicious. We got the order with steak, even the chips were just made. We got different tacos and traded. They were all amazing! The staff were very kind and courteous. I would highly recommend this place. We will be back again!!!
By: reesepeter89
Bill Baisey Kia
Coming to Bill Baisey Kia was to be one of the easiest ways to purchase a Kia in this area. Dennis, my salesman was available to answer all my questions & concerns. The manager even helped when James was busy with other appointments. A great place to shop.
By: bernardprice0
Bill Baisey Kia
Helped us get a replacement car and even did the extra to get us a second car. Worked to get the financing to what we could pay.
By: gordontodd613
Bill Baisey Kia
Dropped by without an appointment. Mark was very helpful and Mike the technician fixed my van very fast and right the first time. Thanks Team!
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