A tortilla makes a tasty foundation for tacos, a handy mousepad, and, if you draw a face on it, an ideal companion on fishing trips. Celebrate its versatility with this Groupon.
$9 for $18 Worth of Mexican Fare
The menu includes Mexican specialties such as chiles rellenos ($9.99 for two), light chicken fajitas ($7.99), and foot-long sopaipillas, deep-fried pastries dipped in cinnamon and sugar ($0.99 each).
Tulio's Mexican Restaurant
Cooks bustle about the kitchens of Tulio's Mexican Restaurant, stuffing flautas with juicy morsels of skinless white-meat chicken and marinating strips of sirloin steak. The beef soaks in its bath of spices for a full 24 hours before it’s deemed ready for fajitas al carbon and mexican steak-tip dinners, a slow but necessary process that typifies the restaurant’s concern for getting traditional Mexican recipes right.
Though they share certain ingredients in common, there’s no mistaking the difference between a giant burrito—stuffed with up to five pounds of meat or piñata candy—and light entrees such as veggie fajitas with steamed rice and ranchera beans. Whether sautéing peppers or deep-frying chimichangas, the cooks keep an eye on heart health and use only 100% vegetable oil. Fresh produce goes into dishes such as the Cancun chicken, whose sweet bell peppers and guacamole-celery hot sauce make for more green than a bank vault filled with lime jello.
What some people are buzzing about:
“Good food & Good service :-)”
“Prompt & friendly service every time, good salsa, good fresh food; we make it a point to support this local businesses several times a year.”
“Very kid friendly! :) Didn't see it on the menu, may have missed it, but a burrito supreme would be a good menu item (beef or chicken, beans, cheese, lettuce,...”
“Very kid friendly! :) Didn't see it on the menu, may have missed it, but a burrito supreme would be a good menu item (beef or chicken, beans, cheese, lettuce, tomato, sour cream)”