Enrique's Mexican Restaurant serves Bellflower, CA and is located in the 90706-6105 ZIP code.
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Enrique's Mexican Restaurant by Shonda F via Insider Pages on 5/15/2008
The food is good and service is usually fast. They have delicious guacamole. I go there a lot for lunch and I can get in and out in an hour. You should give it a try!
Worth your time and money! by hungryslab via Citysearch on 1/8/2008
I recently moved close to Enrique's and you wont be disappointed. The Burritos are huge and the carne asada is spectacular. Service is fast and friendly and the prices are good. The homemade salsa is some of the best I have had.
Simply the BEST for authentic Mexican food! WONDERFUL people too! by ilovecats54 via Citysearch on 6/25/2007
My husband and I have been going to Enrique's in Bellflower, CA since it opened many years ago. We eat there nearly once a week (sometimes more!). We enjoy eating there or ordering take-out to eat at home. The people are absolutely…
Good Mexican Food by russkar via Citysearch on 6/9/2007
We are always amazed at the quality and taste of the food at this High Quality Restaurant. \r
Don't miss the Pork Shank.
Good mexican food and alochol by Tammee E. via Judy's Book on 11/4/2005
Nice quiet mexican restuarant which serves alochol. Some mom and pops dont' but this one does. Good reasonable prices. Meals under 10.00. Reasonable hours with nice friendly servers. A good place to take the family for a quick…
Pork Shank to Die For... by masail01 via Citysearch on 11/13/2002
...and also the Paella con Crema y Queso. This small storefront restaurant tucked away in the corner of a small shopping mall should be a Mecca for Mexican-style cuisine. Great food - have never had a bad meal here. Some of the best…
great food, great people by viking_bob via Citysearch on 6/25/2002
I have never done a review before but the quality and taste of the food here prompts me to write one about Enrique's. We have traveled extensively throughout Mexico and have always sought out the places where the "local" people eat out.…