October 22, 2010 at 7:00 pm in INFORUM
The return of Jalapenos was evidently a good omen for Fargo’s Mexican cuisine scene. Work on a new Mexican restaurant, El Mezcal, is under way at 2515 University Drive S. Continue Reading
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Hopefully this new Mexican resteraunt’s food takes it’s inspiration from real Mexican food, and not the crap that they serve at Mexican Village and Paradiso. Why can’t anyone in this town do authentic food like Rick Bayless?
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I agree. I think Mexican Village and Paradiso prepare their dishes in advance and then warm them up in the microwave. It’s really bad food. I can’t believe so many people patron these places. Acapulco serves the most authentic (as authentic as mexican food can be in N.D.) Mexican food in town. The service is fast and friendly too. I am still not entirely impressed with the range of food though. It seems, every dish has the same ingredients (meat, beans, rice, lettuce, tomato, sour cream).
Another good place is Panchero’s. Their food is ten times better than Qudoba. It is much spicier and they use fresh tortillas.
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Lets hope that all the workers are legal immigrants.
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Awww, Marty…you stole my remark. I was just going to say that. They had BETTER be legal. “La Migra!!!”
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Sorry mammabear3 it was the first thing that came into my head. All too often these ethnic places are a beacon of illegals.
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I know. I would rather have “Americanized” food than suffer illegals in our communities. The good thing is that Fargo is pretty darn good about rooting them out and removing them.
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I wonder how many of the employees at the Badda Bing are legal? I suppose that doesn’t really matter though. If they are naked it makes no difference if they are legal or not.
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