A tortilla makes a handy mouse pad, an acceptable patch for stiff denim jeans, and, if you draw a face on it, an ideal companion on fishing trips. But there are many other uses for it, as today's Groupon proves: for $7, you get $15 worth of food and drink at any of Compadres Mexican Grill's three locations in Broken Arrow, Owasso, and Tulsa.
Compadres Mexican Grill serves handmade authentic Mexican food and drinks in a warm and friendly environment. Once seated at your table, you'll be welcomed by handmade chips and escorted by three different varieties of salsa. The eatery's extensive dinner menu features fresh takes on Mexican favorites. The herculean eight-inch burrito especial comes stuffed with your choice of beans, beef or chicken along with all the fixings ($9.75) for an edible experience as grand and tubular as a rocket launch past the tasty outer stratosphere and straight into the void of deliciousness. The borracho tacos (steak, chicken, or shrimp) ($9.75) and fajitas de la casa (chicken or steak) ($10.79) are freshly grilled to order.
Compadres uses only the freshest ingredients to hand prepare all their recipes from scratch. Priding themselves on giving each customer a pleasant dining experience, the friendly servers and chefs are happy to accommodate patrons. Along with their plentiful food offerings, Compadres also offers an ample drink menu for quelling unyielding thirst brought on by a lifetime of endless double-dutch competitions. Try a famous Compadres house margarita ($2.99) (frozen or on the rocks), or chase the spice from your chops with a domestic draft ($1.75) or import draft ($2.99).
Tulsa World featured Compadres Mexican Grill and Cantina. Urban Tulsa Weekly reviewed Compadres Mexican Grill, and The Tulsa Food Blog reviewed it twice, in 2009 and in 2010. 80% of Urbanspooners recommend it.
- At Compadres the salsa is a step above the rest. Super fresh, and my favorite part is that you can have 3 different types served to you. – The Tulsa Food Blog
- My meal was very tasty--it is described as "tender chunks of pork cooked with our irresistible green sauce, served with rice, beans, 4 tortillas, lettuce, tomatoes and cheese . . ." The pork was melt-in-the mouth tender and the sauce did give me pause. While the Verde could easily be inside the flour tortillas which came with the meal, I rather preferred it that way, rather than having to dip into the dish. – Katherine Kelly, Urban Tulsa Weekly