We enjoyed the different flavors from this region of Mexico. Dinner was very flavorful with an interesting presentation.
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As a Texican, I found this particular restaurant to be the most authentic styled of other local Mexican restaurants. My family enjoys the quality of the food, and the owners add their own touch of Oaxacan flavor to their dishes. Where others tend to be...More
Driving through Astoria on way to Long Beach. Called ahead for an order to go. Told it would take about 10 minutes. It was ready & waiting in 8 minutes. And delicious. Ordered "enmoladas oaxacenos" which is chicken wrapped in tortillas and covered in mole...More
felt authentic, food questionable in "quality"... and the Margarita didn't taste like it had ANY alcohol in it.
The minute you walk in you know you made the right choice to eat Mexican. The décor and architecture sets the mood by taking you there. Very colorful as it should be. The staff is very friendly and insures your happy with your meal and...More
Went here because we were told the tamales were good. As it turned out the meal truly was nothing exciting. One of us had the tamales and he said they were a little bland. I had the enchilada special; it was fairly ordinary. The quesadilla...More
I love this place. I was never able to dine in, or have a Margarita when I got Mexican food because I only like authentic Mexican foods, therefore, I would only eat from the food trucks. That is, until MonteAlban took over this beautifully appointed...More
Colorful atmosphere, friendly and prompt service, clean. Carnitas was very flavorful, Oaxacan mole chicken was very tasty and not too spicy. The made in house corn tortillas are to die for.
Their specials tend to be great. When chanterelles are in season, make sure to try their chanterelle fajitas!
My wife and I went to MonteAlban after hearing that it had authentic Oaxacan food. I got the chillaquilles with steak and my wife got the chicken fajitas and a tamale to try. There was definitely an authentic feel to the food and the chillaquilles...More