Ethnic restaurants provide a taste of variety for everyone not lucky enough to travel frequently or secretly live in the United Nations food court. Have a far-flung feast with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of Mexican Food
The dinner menu features sizzling pork fajitas ($14.95), pollo blanco—a sautéed chicken dish dotted with mushrooms and green peppers in a creamy jalapeño sauce ($13.95)—and chicken or ground-beef enchiladas with a side of mexican rice and beans ($10.95). At lunch, diners can enjoy items such as bean tostadas ($6.95) and half-pound burgers ($8.95).
Azteca Mexican Restaurant
A self-described example of the American dream, Jose “Pepe" Ramos came to the United States and through hard work achieved great professional success. He left his home in central Mexico back in 1973, shortly after the death of his father, in search of financial support for his mothers and brothers. He didn’t speak any English, but within two years ascended from dishwasher to cook to chef and, finally, to restaurateur, opening a small 24-seat eatery, Azteca Mexican Restaurant, in Burien.
Some four decades later—with help from his three brothers and his mother, Camerina—Jose is now at the helm of a 35-restaurant franchise, with locations sprinkled from the Pacific Northwest to Florida. Decadent Mexican feasts—such as enchiladas verdes, shrimp fajitas, and carne asada—are the bread and butter of his success, thanks to Camerina’s family recipes. Yet, the Ramos family doesn’t hesitate to introduce new-to-the-family favorites either; for instance, they marinate and bake seasoned lamb shanks to create Borrego Azteca, and conjure bowls of molcajete from sautéed chicken and beef. Best of all, the Ramos relieve thirsty gullets with signature margaritas muddled together from housemade citrus juices and the sap of fresh-squeezed tequila trees.
The two dollar side tacos are perfect for a quick and easy meal for that price. Every time I go in the staff is out-going and friendly!Jordan Barr, Google+ Local