Mon 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Tue 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Wed 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Thu 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Fri 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Sat 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
The cashier was insanely rude and never smiled or said thank you. \nShe was unhappy to explain what comes inside the burrito, upon asking. \nAlso, she did not inform us that it was 10 cents extra for a to go order. She charged us for the bag without asking if we needed one, which we didn’t.\nBy the way, they don’t wear gloves while wrapping the burritos and touching any of the food.
I don’t even know how this place got this high of star rating. They messed up my order 3 times, I asked for crunchy tacos and got something deep fried with burned meat in it. \n\nI had to return the food for mistakes a couple times by the last time I gave up. The lady cooking behind the counter is so rude and has horrible customer service. \n\nTo sum it up… greasy, burned, bad service! \n\nHighly recommend not going there
CHEESE TAMALES. Your welcome!\nPOTATO TACOS. Your VERY welcome!\n\nLet me just accept your thanks in advance so that you don’t feel ignored as I inhale this delicious damn food!!! The potato tacos here are the BEST that a sista has ever had. They were also the first place that I ever had them, and I just instantly fell in love. And let me just clarify; their potato tacos are a mix of potatoes and ground beef. A deadly combo that always has me begging for more. \n\nWhen I first moved to the area, this was my go-to spot. An old coworker of mine ranted and raved about the potato tacos here, and I just knew that I had to see what all of the fuss was about. At first I was like… who in the hell puts flippin’ POTATOES in a damn taco? But after I experienced the phenomenon… I knew I would never be able to turn back. It was like potato tacos every 4 days, every 3 days, every 2 days, and then every other day. \n\nI actually had to ween myself off of them by trying something else. So, I tried their tamales. And what I thought would help me, actually made things worse. Now, I was coming in not only for their potato tacos… but now for their delicious cheese tamales! Lord have mercy! I had to take a break from them altogether because I just couldn’t stop eating there. Their tamales are homemade and filled with the most delicious green chili and melted cheese. \n\nAnd their CHIPS! Let’s not forget their bangin’ ass chips and salsa. It’s a Tortilleria, so you can only expect the best when it comes to their chips. It just sucks that they aren’t complimentary, but hey, I understand. These babies are hand made everyday and you can taste the difference. If you don’t come early enough, they may run out of things. There’s been countless times when they’ve run out of tamales for the day. They only make a certain quantity and then they sell them until they’re gone. \n\nI’ve also had their enchiladas plate and chicken crispy tacos. While they were tasty, I would definitely say that their specialities here are those potato tacos and enchiladas. I almost never order anything else from here because I get cravings for them. If you come near closing time, be prepared to wait. It is always busy in here! There’s another location in a Walnut Creek that isn’t as busy, but this location is where it’s at. Bottom line is: you must let their potato tacos and their cheese tamales grace your face as soon as possible!
This is my spot for Mexican food! The best al pastor burrito I’ve ever had. Their burritos are huge and include yummy guacamole! All the menu items are worth a try including taco dorado (potato taco) and pupusas. I highly recommend bionico for dessert – diced fresh fruits with crema, granola, shredded coconut. Truly my favorite concoction!
The best tacos in concord! You can buy fresh meat and tortillas in bulk which is great for big parties. Everything is priced very well so you won’t break the bank going to get quality Mexican food. My favorite are the tacos but they have burritos, menudo, quesadillas, tortilla chips, sides of rice and beans, and fresh fruit drinks. \n\nIt’s right in the heart of the monument corridor and tucked around the corner which provides for some outdoor seating. It’s not the most aesthetically pleasing place but it doesn’t take away from the delicious food!
My friend ordered a taco salad with chicken. He said the rice tasted ok, but the pinto beans were too watery. \n\nMy chicken soft taco was filling, but pales in comparison to some of the better tacos I’ve had at Los Pericos or Cinco Taco Bar in San Leandro. \n\nAffordable place with mediocre flavors. Not addictive enough for me to go out of my way to visit again.
This is such a cool restaurant. It’s like a Krispy Kreme donut factory but with tortillas.\n\nI ordered a combo burrito, chile relleno, and a chicharone pupusa. They have many choices for the burrito and pupusa, I didn’t have enough stomache space to eat everything, I actually didn’t eat the burrito until 4 hrs later cause I got full off of the pupusa and chile relleno.\n\nEverything here was good, everything here was cheap. I wish I had this restaurant near my home so I could eat here everyday.
Food: 4.5/5 Price: 5/5 Service: 4/5 Ambience: 4/5\n\nWOW…WOW! Tortilleria El Molino is a super authentic, clean, and big Mexican restaurant / deli located in a strip center. It’s at the very very back corner. Last time we came we couldn’t find it and ended up at a near by place that had really bad food. I’m so glad I gave them a second chance and we finally got to come to the right place. The prices are INCREDIBLE! On top of that, you get super generous portions, pipping hot and delicious fresh food. What else can you ask for?\n\nCarnitas plate – the Bomb! LOTS of carnitas, rice, beans, cheese, lettuce, and 6 corn tortillas. (or 3 flour) The carnitas was so flavorful and succulent, with the right ratio of crispiness and tender meat. The beans were saucy and warm, with melted cheese! I also LOVED the green chili sauce the gave on the side, ask for 3! The corn tortillas, yes there were 6 of them, was warm and made fresh. It did not have a weird smell like many do, and was so soft and delicious. LOVED every single part of it, and it was so cheap and enough to feed 2 people!\n\nMixed cold pressed juice – carrot, orange, red beet, celery. This was so fresh and delicious! They have a clean juice bar and you see people working in there, making your juice from pure vegetables and fruits with no addition of water nor sugar. Yes!\n\nFavorites:\n* Carnitas plate ($5.99)\n* Mixed cold pressed juice ($3.50)
This place is hands down my favorite restaurant off of Monument! It’s got a really authentic five with the tortillas being made behind the counter. It is always popping, especially if you go during a lunchtime on the weekend which is always when I can. \n\nEverything I’ve had here I’ve enjoyed, but I especially like the crispy tacos and tostadas. The chips are great and you have to take home the homemade tortillas or else you seriously wasted a trip. The inside is nothing special in terms of the esthetic but that’s not why you come here. You come here for classic Mexican food in a really cultured part of town. As long as management stays, this will always be a staple for me!
We always buy lunch for the office here, this is one of the best and authentic mexican cuisine i ever tasted. Place needs some cleaning but the staff are very friendly. \n\nI don’t know much about mexican food but the cashier taught me a lot about it so i for sure know some already. \n\nThis is like our 10th tine coming back here.
In his Ugly Delicious episode about tacos, David Chang says that the mark of a legit Mexican place is if they make their own tortillas.\n\nEl Molino makes their own tortillas.\n\nYou can thank gentrification and Sf NIMBYs for the $12+ price tags for a standard burrito in SF now. The burritos at el Molino cost a hair over $7. And they weigh around 2 lbs. Plus, they aren’t shy with the guac, sour cream, and salsa.\n\nThe tortas, tacos, burritos, taco \”salad\” here are all on point and very very generously portioned. \n\nThey also sell their meats by the pound for catering.