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Thursday, February 14, 2008

Senor Tequila Mexican Restaurant

I have posted on Senor Tequila in the past, but we ate there the other night and I thought they deserved another write up. We've been eating there ever since we moved up north and that's about 7 years now. We love the food, it's nothing fancy, but their sign claims that the food is 100% authentic. The service is also good, there have been occasions where we ended up with a lousy server, but you never see those guys anymore.
On this trip, I ordered the Enchiladas Rancheras($7.75). This is one of the dishes that I go back and forth between, the other 2 are the Tacos de Carne Azada and the wonderful, big bowl of Caldo de Pollo. The enchilada dish consists of 3 cheese enchiladas, topped with enchilada sauce and this incredible pork with onions and bell peppers and a side of shredded lettuce, sour cream, guacamole and sliced tomatoes. The shredded pork is both crispy and moist.
Dan, as usual, ordered the Chicken Fajitas($10.50). This is a dish that they certainly don't skimp on, the skillet is piled high with chicken, grilled onion, peppers and tomatoes. All that is served with tortillas, pico de gallo, lettuce, sour cream, gaucamole and beans and rice. I always say that I'm going to oder fajitas, but I always fall back on my other favorites instead.
We typically order the 32 ounce Dos XX for only $3.75. Compared to other restaurants that is a steal. They also serve up a pretty good margaritas at prices that are lower than most.
They are located at 6502 N. Oak Trafficway Gladstone, MO 64118 816-420-0640.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I generally waffle between the Enchiladas Rancheras and the Enchiladas Acapulco, depending on my mood. The Rancheras is when I'm going for quantity, but the Acapulco is pretty much amazing, comprised of shrimp, crab and cheese-stuffed enchiladas, topped with melted cheese, with the standard fare of lettuce, tomato and guacamole on the side. The flavor of the grilled seafood in these enchiladas is the mexican equivocal of "Wok Hay."