Brooklyn >Uncle Moe's
“The location is near the F train, so good for a bite if you're coming or going.”
“The food here is so yummy and authentic, you'll continue coming back.”
“Try anything from the special menu ($4.50 i believe) and getting a great filling meal.”
“Uncle Moe's has good Mexican food at a reasonable price.”
“Very reasonable prices, quick delivery, and good Mexican food.”
Good "fast" food.
This is good for a quick meal. The location is near the F train, so good for a bite if you're coming or going. You can get something pretty healthy (which is what I do) or you can get all kinds of meat tacos and burritos.
Seems pretty clean and you can watch them make your dish over the counter.
It's not pretty but it's amazing. The food here is so yummy and authentic, you'll continue coming back. It's inexpensive, filling, fresh and consistant. The best place to pop in for lunch to order in. The burritos are huge and the tacos are delicious. If you don't feel like the basic fare, try their grilled chicken.
Bang for your buck. I love this place...work down the street and eat lunch probably twice a week here. It's affordable and the servings are quite big. The best horchata too!
Park Slope spot puts a Californian spin on burritos, wraps and tacos..
Photographs of sun-dappled East L.A. taquerias line the walls of this colorful Park Slope after-work spot, coveted for its worldly sandwiches, affordable Tex-Mex and sunny sidewalk tables. The Chinatown (grilled chicken, spicy peanut sauce, rice, ginger slaw and toasted coconut) and the North Beach (portobello mushrooms, ginger slaw and rice in a spinach tortilla) are sandwich favorites, and anything on the Mexican front--overstuffed burritos, cheesy quesadillas--fares well.
Good Stuff. Great cheap eats. Try anything from the special menu ($4.50 i believe) and getting a great filling meal.
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