El Paisano in Grand Prairie, Texas with Reviews - YP.com
By: L L.
Second time I came and experienced that their promo didn't ring up. Got charged regular price at $3.79 each. I even confirmed the item with the cashier since the monitor didn't ring it. Well, she misread for another item I had since it was also on sale at 2-for-$5.00, so i paid $2.58 extra. So it is the embarrassed process of holding up the line to clear it up again. the cashier was sighing making me more awkward. she did mental math refunding me the difference in cash. I accepted and left. I realized in the car her math was off and didn't get correct change. I'm a savvy shopper so I don't want to be taken advantage of but i wasn't going to go back to argue for some dimes and nickels A SECOND TIME. there wasn't a receipt for the corrected price so i can't argue she gave me incorrect change. Wasn't worth the fight.Al, double check that your promotions are correct/synced. Customers should not feel guilty correcting the cashiers! Shoppers. Check your receipts before leaving!
By: msamc1
Crazy Crab and Oister Bar
We went for lunch. The place wasn't busy but now I know why. We ordered the lettuce wraps and ahi tuna for appetizers. The ahi tuna was good. The lettuce wraps were missing something. Umm, flavor??? They serve it with what I think was hoisin sauce which we mixed with the meat which did give it flavor but the texture of the meat was mushy. A friend ordered chicken and broccoli. She was told that they were out of white rice but when the meal came, It came with crunchy( undercooked) rice. The sauce on it tasted like just soy sauce. I ordered a few sushi rolls, which fell apart when you picked them up. So in a nutshell, the food needs some help.
By: Michelle A.
Don Juan's
I love this place. The food is great for fast food and the original retro decor is awesome. Please don't updo as another recommended. And thanks for the Saturday night specials.
By: Beverly R.
Taco's Azteca
I having been going here for years. When I want great street tacos, this is my go to place. Their cheese enchiladas is also good. Great food, great service, and friendly people.
By: Shaunna H.
Discount Tire
Great service! They always help me air up my tires when I need it and it's FREE! Nice!If I need a new tire they will let me know right away what is wrong with it.
By: christie.t.bates
Lindo Mexico
Great ambiance, sweet staff. I had the mini tacos which were the best street tacos I've ever had and only 4.99. Would definitely return and highly recommend.
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By: Tina H.
Luci Chicken & Rice
Very good chicken, and the rest of the food was very good. My daughter is a very picky eater, but she gave it thumbs up. We will be back.
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By: ana.fauvet
Discount Tire
Great service! Friendly staff, they check and repair your tires free! Trustworthy, when I do need a tire, I'll come by here :)
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By: dfwdean
Bambu Desserts & Drinks - Grand Prairie
Iced Coffee and #2 Dessert was very good when I stopped by: do you like Vietnamese style very sweet desserts with beans?
By: Jennifer M.
Three Bears Tire Shop
I was quoted one piece over the phone and charged another, conveniently after the tire was put on. I will not be back.
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