Carmelita's was a most welcome find during our Desert Flower 2017 tour! My wife enjoyed a taco and an enchilada and I had the Works (carne asada) burrito. We will return whenever we're in the area.
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We stopped in for a late breakfast which was ton of food that was well prepared and plenty of it! We the Chorizo papa omlate and Chorizo plate both very good! I asked for green sauce and it was warm and had complex flavors of...More
Granted that at the peak of the super-bloom the restaurant was very busy and the staff really stretched but the food was quite inconsistent. The chicken super taco came in a large taco shell filled with succulent chicken, beans, lettuce, guacamole, etc. unfortunately it had...More
So, we decided to stop in here to get a quick bite to eat. First of all, we had to wait over 45 minutes for our food. The servers checked on us all of the time and provided us with plenty of water and coffee;...More
We were in Borrego Springs during the busiest weekend of the Super Bloom but were lucky enough to get a table for 6 on Saturday night after about a 30 minute wait. The food and service were outstanding despite how busy the town was. We...More
I really like the albondigas soup here with the meatballs. t also has other good Mexican food. It was very busy here during the Super Bloom of desert flowers. There was a long wait to be seated. The wait staff was running around trying to...More
Only place we could find to have lunch in town after visiting the flower fields. It was packed out with a long long but we had no choice. Once we got our food it was great!
Excellent Mexican food, staff are friendly, quick service. A little hard to find the first time you go but your GPS will show you the way.
Discovered this Mexican spot by accident last weekend during the superbloom. They had run out of ice and Patron...That's ok, other places had run out of food and closed. (Really.) I was looking forward to sipping a margie on the patio, but no alcohol is...More
Two excellent dinners: Mole Poblano Enchiladas and Beef Chimichanga. Both contained plenty of real meat (big chunks, and very tender).