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“A good place for Mexican in Bastrop”
Review of Ramos Restaurant - CLOSED

Ramos Restaurant
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Reviewed January 20, 2014

Facility is a bit old and low hanging ceiling with TVs and a large bar. The chips and salsa were good as were the fajitas. Loved the $2 Miller High Life on happy hour.

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Reviewed January 7, 2014

Just by the title you know it wasn't the healthest meal, but it was delicious! I finished every bite. I will be going there and ordering the same thing on my next trip to Texas

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Reviewed November 5, 2013

Had their chicken Stuffed Avacodo and chicken Stuffed Chile Rellano for dinner. Both dishes were excellent, some of the best prepared Mexican food around Texas. The chips and salsa were great. Chips are very light and airy. The jalapeno ranch dip was delicious The beer was cold and margarita's were good. Topped off dinner with fried ice cream and soappedas. Would definitely come back again.

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Reviewed July 27, 2013

I enjoyed the cold beer to start and had chicken enchiladas, pretty authentic tex mex style. I would go again, chips were really great and portions were good size.

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Reviewed July 25, 2013

"Large" guacamole was two small scoops. Green salsa tasted like ranch dressing with a little tomatillo sauce mixed in. Red salsa was actually good. Beef enchilada with Tex Mex sauce was very plain. The ground beef didn't taste seasoned, and the Tex Mex sauce basically tasted like canned beef chili. The staff was nice though - both the waitress and bartender were both very pleasant and attentive.

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