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08/22/2015
By: Car M.
Los Asados Mcallen
The food is ok and the service is not too bad. However, they did mess up my order a bit. They defiantly need a interior decorator! Not bad for being open a few weeks. They have lots of room for improvement.
03/15/2017
By: Sal R.
La Crawfish
Very tasty meal! We tried several items on the menu and all of them were delicious. Great atmosphere and management also! Recommended!
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08/01/2016
By: Eduardo M.
Salads Plus
The food was great. The pitas were delicious!!! and the it's the best frozen yogurt I've ever tried I strongly recommend it.
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07/24/2016
By: Maria V.
Salads Plus
Deliciosas ensaladas todo muy fresco y naturalLes recomiendo la sopita picosita con la pita de chipotle excellente servicio
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07/22/2016
By: Isaura R.
Salads Plus
Excellent place to eat a healthy meal���� Love the ice cream yogurt with natural mango with honey and granola����
11/03/2015
By: Carla V.
Los Asados Mcallen
Best Tex-Mex restaurant in the Valley! Food is excellent and the fajitas are to die for! Service is awesome too!
02/19/2013
By: lbravo09
Jerry's Burgers
One of the best burgers I've had. The meat was very juicy and tasty!! Free wi-fi too and open until 11pm :D
06/27/2014
By: Luis C.
Wings And Flats
awsome environment delicious food, great place to drink will i watch sports.
08/24/2013
By: sisniega
Jerry's Burgers
best burgers in McAllen don't forget to try the chipotle sauce is delicious
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