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Posted by Beth on 05/22/2010
OK...I'm pretty picked about my food... but two weeks later I'm still thinking about how awesome the Santa Fe Burrito was! With Grilled steak...not chicken. I'm a chicken kind of gal, but the server said steak... The salse had a great flavor too... as well as the side of black beans. And I liked the chips! For location, I thought it was very good. But that burrito...OMG that was AWESOME! Everyone at the table agreed!
Posted by JCDC on 02/23/2009
They have a great early happy hour. 11 AM to 4 PM $3.00 beers, can't beat that in Georgetown. The food is good, not the best but good for the price. Their Tacos Mexicanos are my favorite. Really the best thing I've had on the menu. Marinated grilled skirt steak in a corn tortilla with the expected toppings. Comes with a green hot sauce which is excellent, a little spicy tho so beware. Great margaritas, actually have liquor in them. Not a big fan of warm salsa but its not terrible. Service is generally good. Environment is fine if you go during the lunch rush. After that it can be a little awkward when you are the only table and there is no music. I dunno, I personally don't like dining in silence. I'm sure there are those who do. Overall, best value and best food for the price in the Georgetown neighborhood.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/01/2009
good service, but pretty poor mexican. tortillas were inedible (unappetizing texture) and chips were pretty subpar.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/08/2008
It is what it is. Cheap mexican food. But for what it is, its very good.
Posted by Disapointed on 01/03/2008
I wanted some mexican food. I know D.C. is not known for its mexican food, but how do you manage to eff up a chimichanga? First of all, they are supposed to be deep fried. The chimi at lobos was pressed-grilled, like the grill stuffed burritos they serve at taco bell. Next, normally with a beef chimi, you get shredded beef inside of it. At lobos, you get mushy ground beef mixture with beans inside. The beans and meat have no flavor, even the salsa, which is serve warm for some bizarre reason, doesnt add any flavor or authentic taste to the chimi at all. And last, a nice sized portion of sour cream completes the chimi and gives it an added texture and flavor. Lobos put literally three squirts of cream on my chimi that made it look like a damn cupcake. What the eff is this? Have you no shame? You call this mexican food, let alone food to be served for 10 bucks? To top it off my poor girlfriend's spinach enchilada was served cold! Have some pride in your cooking and keep it real. I guarantee, if you make authentic mexican food, you would quadruple your sales. Just a suggestion.