About this Business
- Mexican, Cafe
I think you would do much better if you had a liquor license. Enjoyed the food tho. ..owners are nice.
It is an order at the counter restaurant. No table service.
Tortilla chips were tasteles & all the salsa were very very spicy!!!!Main items ordered were not to the taste either. We will never revisit the place!!!
The food was just OK, nothing special. We asked the manager if they had any specials or recommendations he just said, "Everything's good." in a tone that suggested that he just didn't care. The place is huge but empty. The food wasn't anything special. I had one tamale on my plate and thank goodness there was just one because it was nasty! It tasted like a canned tamale and was only about the size of my thumb with hardly any masa around the meat and drowned in sauce. I think if they would update the décor, serve better food and show some enthusiasm about the place as well as serve dinner they may actually have a good thing going and be a profitable place. I would not recommend the tamales, chicken enchiladas, or chicken flautas. I could make WAAAAAYYYYY better food at home. My family is always looking for new "hole in the wall" Mexican food here in Plano, unfortunately I would rather eat at a chain restaurant than here. Sorry, wish I had more positive things to say... oh wait, good salsa, we did really like the different salsas.
A place to get a pretty good Mexican breakfast.
The best Mexican food in Plano.
The portions are large and delicious. It's more the real Mexican food. We really enjoyed it everything we ordered. We will go back again.
On question 2 above I would select all. On a scale of 1-10 I would give this place a -5
When we lived closer, we used to go more frequently. They have sold their liquor license, so word to those who were looking forward to a beer or margarita
From Our Editors
Since 1986, the cooks at Plano Tortilla Factory have been churning out hand-crafted tortillas, stocking their shelves with bags of them for customers to take home for Mexican-inspired feasts. But they also welcome guests into their onsite restaurant. Their daytime-only menu opens with authentic hand crafted Mexican comfort food, before expanding into fresh tamales and menudo at lunch, the time when doctors recommend eating. The restaurant is BYOB, both in the dining room and out on a patio complete with a fish pond.
Plano Tortilla Factory