Senorita's Mexican Grill is an upscale Mexican Restaurant in Bloomfield Center. Voted Best Mexican Restaurant by New Jersey Monthly Magazine and AOL's City's Best. Voted best Mexican restaurant in 2011 by Opentable People's choice. Senorita's now boasts a brand new Sports Bar with 60inch LED's and all sports all the time.
None of the food at El Matador Mexican Deli comes from a can. Where it does come from is Puebla, Mexico—hometown of the chef, who has spent more than 50 years perfecting her family recipes. She uses the same methods of preparing meals today that she did when she first started cooking at age 12: making tortillas by hand, stuffing tamales with mole-covered chicken, and smothering chilaquiles in red or green sauce, depending on which color your eyes are. When it comes to sandwiches, guests can choose between classic tortas or the overstuffed cemita (a Puebla staple). The BYOB restaurant also serves beef, pork, and chicken taquitos for just 99 cents.
Tinga Taqueria slakes stomach suspirations with a menu stocked with quesadillas, tacos, salads, burritos, and other contemporary Mexican cuisine. Halt hunger with a classic Tinga burrito ($9.75), a flavor bomb of tender char-grilled chicken slathered in Tinga salsa and wrapped in your choice of a flour or whole-wheat tortilla wrapping paper. Customers ordering for their inner-brontosaurus can select the grilled vegetable platter ($9.45), a savory concoction of yellow and green zucchini, red pepper, and portobello mushrooms with rice and beans. Each order can be savored in Tinga Taqueria's welcoming restaurant or enjoyed at home with the help of a real-life delivery person. Like sock garters in an appropriate business suit, the delivery fee is included.
Ivan López, head chef and owner of Casa Piquin, dishes up modern Mexican cuisine that fuses techniques he honed in French kitchens with authentic flavors he learned to weave as a chef in Mexico. Ivan ensures the freshness of his vegetables by purchasing them himself before crafting colorful salsas and sautéed fajita bell peppers worthy of being served in an eatery whose name means "House of Peppers." Signature molcajetes—traditional hot lava-rock bowls—cradle marinated and grilled mixed vegetables, meats, and seafood, and traditional dishes are sauced in a choice of five salsas, from a rich, sweet salsa mole made with dried peppers to a piping salsa arbol that lights mouths aflame so molars can lead campfire sing-alongs. Pitchers of sangria cool down mouths, as does flambé-fried ice cream, which is torched tableside.
For tasty Mexican fare, West Orange's El Centro Americano Restaurant is hard to top.
Health-crazed eaters may have to stick with water, though, as El Centro Americano Restaurant offers delicious grub that s far as can be from low-fat fare.
Jeans are just right for a meal at El Centro Americano Restaurant, which embraces a casual vibe.
Catering is also available if you'd like to serve El Centro Americano Restaurant's tasty dishes at your next party.
For quick and easy parking near El Centro Americano Restaurant, park on the street.
Thrifty eaters will also love El Centro Americano Restaurant's prices, which are generally below $15.
The menu at El Centro Americano Restaurant includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner — stop by for your favorite meal.
Tortilla Sunrise’s gastro gurus imbue succulent meats and fresh vegetables with authentic south-of-the-border flair to create a menu of Mexican favorites. Feasting duos and foursomes can race to solve Pythagorean’s theorem with a basket of right-angled, homemade tortilla chips dunked in fresh red salsa and delivered straight to their door. Succulent cuts of beef, chicken, or lamb mix with a garden of fajita peppers and onions to allay stomach abandonment issues, and a cheesy plate of three enchiladas arrives stuffed with beef, chicken, pork, chorizo, or vegetables, and doused in the chef’s signature sauce. In addition to delivery, patrons can also place an order and carry out their fare on the way back from work or a peace-treaty signing that ran late.