FANTASTIC & AUTHENTIC!!! Fabulous food and great service every time!!! Food is wonderfully authentic and the portions will leave very little room for dessert - we always have to bring home at least one doggy bag! Warm and Welcoming Environment! One of our favorite restaurants in Missoula!
Looks like an honest "real experience" by the previous poster. 95% of the comments made on other sites appear to be done by the owner, or recruited comments by friends. Guess it's time to check it out. Will follow-up after.
Quite good, though it's what my CA friends would call a 'gringo' burrito (gorganzola cheese!?! but it is good on the veggie option). Fresh ingredients, good salsa, friendly staff, clean, value for money! I'll give 'em the 5th starr if they feature local produce...
For a delicous meal free from the hipster crowd, accept no substitutes. His Pollo Ala Crema is unbelievable and the champagne fajita's are right up there. Avoid ground beef and go for the pork or chicken instead!
Service is always slow, food is often disappointing and since they ended happy hour I no longer go. The deck is awesome i just wish everything else matched!
Taco Del Sol is great. With 4 locations here in town (including Boca Ray) you always know what you're going to get. They don't have lots of options or ways to customize your burrito/taco, but again, consistency is key. Definitely great for lunch or dinner, the restaurants are nice to meet with friends, sit outside, or enjoy a lunch by yourself.
El Diablo is hands down the best burrito shop in Missoula. With fresh ingredients prepared daily, their mission style burritos are a masterpiece. A little more expensive then other spots in town, you get what you pay for, 100%. Their pork is melt-in-your-mouth amazing. They grill fresh mahi-mahi for their fish tacos. The carne asada is devilishly good. And if you're a veggie-only kind of person, they have fresh grilled veggies, none of this "beans and cheese count as vegetarian" nonsense. Absolutely, without a doubt, best tacos and burritos EVER.
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