Tres Hermanas is by far the best Mexican restaurant I've tried in the 5+ years I've lived in Sacramento. Having grown up with excellent Mexican restaurants in Southern California, as well as being spoiled by living in SF for several years, it was devastating to realize I had moved to a city where people consider Chevy's to be a great place for Mexican food. By chance I found Tres Hermanas and immediately upon entering I knew I had finally found what I was looking for. The decor is engaging--some of it is kitsch, some is actual art. The staff are friendly, courteous and relatively prompt with the service. Things are generally clean. But the food is why I go. The tamales are wonderful, you would think they were homemade. The tacos are highly recommended. The carnitas is perfectly seasoned, tender, good quality. I could go on, but I don't think I've hit on anything bad in the numerous times I've been there. (They have gone a bit overboard with the salt a couple of times, but that may just be me as I'm not a heavy salt user.)
When we have company from out of town (or better yet, out of the country) we almost always include a trip to Tres Hermanas.
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