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Posted by dulcechica on 11/21/2007
I just love this place...it's really come a long way since its existence as El Cancun, a tiny & unassuming place on Bustleton Ave....The newer Las Margaritas is larger, very festive, and lively (although I loved the intimate atmosphere and personal attention of El Cancun too!). As always, the food remains consistently very good-quickly served, fresh, hot, quality stuff...highly recommended. Say hi to Victor & Felipe!
Posted by Jackie O on 08/24/2007
This is the best Mexican I've ever had. It's a great place to go with friends and family. They are very kid friendly as well. I drive my husband crazy because I never want to go anywhere else for dinner or lunch. Luckily, he likes their food as much as I do!
Posted by Anonymous on 07/24/2007
Deliciously authentic Mexican restaurant. Best Margaritas in town. You'll never eat elsewhere again!
Posted by www.fearcult.com on 04/08/2007
I was born and raised in Tucson AZ, after college I moved to Los Angeles for six years till I moved to the east coast... basically what I'm saying is that I know Mexican food.. I lived less then an hour form the Mexico border for more than 85% of my life. I know both Mex-american and true Mexican food... and this place rankes among the absolute best... don't believe any bad review.. this place is great.
Posted by JoeB on 02/28/2007
Based on about ten meals I've eaten at Las Margaritas, I can say that their food is consistently excellent. The prices are very reasonable, atmosphere is nice, and service is usually very good.
Posted by sadgirlfromthesouth on 02/19/2007
I love good Mexican food and I miss it. I guess I'll have to wait for my next visit home to get some. I read the reviews and was excited about my visit but to no avail. I had to ask for queso with my stale tortilla chips. he queso was cold and the salsa was very mild. And, no warm tortillas were served either. When the sopapillas came out, I wasn't expecting chocolate syrup on top, the dessert wasn't soft and fluffy like I've enjoyed many times elsewhere. We did however enjoy the environment.
Posted by jen on 01/26/2007
My kids really like this place, and my husband I think it is pretty good for what we have found in the Philadelphia area. A little on the mild side, but you can ask them to make it spicier. My middle son wants to have his birthday here. However, we still will be on the lookout for a taqueria or other family Mexican restaurant as we live in Yardley, came from the Chicago suburbs, and there seems to be very little in the way of Mexican restaurants in this area.