Welcome to chrlottesvillemexicanfood.com the official website for Guadalajara Mexican Restaurants in Charlottesville VA. Open since 1988 we have ... More
Welcome to chrlottesvillemexicanfood.com the official website for Guadalajara Mexican Restaurants in Charlottesville VA. Open since 1988 we have served Charlottesville with our family recipes of great tasting Mexican cuisine. We have five great Mexican food locations in the Charlottesville City area for your convenience. Our first location is next the downtown mall on East Market st., and has plenty of parking. Our second location is on Greenbriar Dr., & Rt. 29. Our third location is located by the University of Virginia on Fontain Ave. Guadalajaras fourth location is at Pantops and the fith and newest location is at Forest Lakes near the air port. We would love to have you visit all of them at your convenience. On our web site you will find photos of our delicious Mexican cuisine plus lots of information like a full detailed menu with pricing, specials, contact info, and special events that may be coming up at any one of our locations. We thank you all for being part of our family all these years and hope you visit again soon.
The food's ok- typically mexican (or virgina's version of it). Really really greasy and cheap. The place is clean but dumpy looking. The waiters are nice and the service is fast. So, if you're looking to eat cheap and fast and get all your saturated fat calories for the week in one sitting, this is the place.
This restaurant is the BEST in town. The service and food are always consistantly excellent. It feels like you are in Mexico when you dine there. I hope they are around for a long , long time! I urge anyone visiting town or someone who hasn't been there to please put it on your list of things to do.
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