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Jacob E
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Attended University of Texas at Arlington
Lives in Plano, TX
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Plano, TX
Midlothian, Tx
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  • University of Texas at Arlington
    Kinesiology, 2004 - 2009
  • Midlothian High School
    2000 - 2004
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El Jacob
Great Pizza. It's not your average pizza place for sure. If you're looking for some interesting, yet delicious combinations check this place. I always end up eating all of my pizza, plus the left overs of my wifes. I've been there three times and each time all of the staff has been very friendly. They also have some ice cream for dessert if you so desire. Fun, friendly, delicious.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
I honestly have yet to have a bad experience here. I've been here 10+ times and each time it's been awesome! My top four favorite tacos would be the Picadillo, Beef Fajita, Texican, and the Rusty, but you've gotta try them all! The orange habanero sauce is seriously the best! If there's any downside to this place it's that there isn't enough seating sometimes cause it's so busy. Regardless of how busy it is, your tacos will come out in no time. Don't forget they serve breakfast tacos 24/7!!! Does it get much better? I think not at $2 a taco.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
I'm getting hang up phone calls from this location. When I call back I get a busy signal. Anyone else having issues w/ this number?? I'm about prepared to drive over there and find out who's calling me.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
We found this place via Urbanspoon and I'd have to say it actually exceeded our expectations. The only thing that caught us off guard was the CASH ONLY. I had to run to an ATM when we were done. Regardless, we should have had enough cash to cover the $27 we spent. We knew we'd picked the right place when we walked in and everyone was speaking Chinese. They very quickly seated us (we came in on a Saturday night) and had us water and menus immediately. The menu was unbelievably expansive. Almost overwhelming. I'm a huge duck fan, and ended up getting two duck dishes. The first was the duck wanton soup which was great and the duck and pork dish. The duck was a little fatty, but delicious! Seemed authentic to me. The wantons were awesome. Unfortunately the pork was almost cold which was a bit disappointing. My wife got the Chicken soft noodles which were perfect. All in all, this (to me) was authentic Chinese, for a great price. The servers weren't exactly friendly, but the food was out extremely quick. The atmosphere was nice and comfortable. We're both really looking forward to going back.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
14 reviews
With the growing popularity of "street taco" places, it's great to find a little place that is a good medium between the normal sit down Mexican restaurant and the stand up taco stand. When you enter Chilada's you're greeted by a light open space that's not overwhelming. The food is very fresh. The menu is simple and they'll give you a mix of almost anything you want. The prices are good and you get to order yourself, so that means no server to have to tip. The staff is really friendly. They also have an outdoor patio which we have yet to use, but looks awesome. Chilada's has a good thing going and I definitely hope they stick around.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Excellent
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
My wife and I love LePeep. The menu has a good range of food. If I'm feeling super healthy I go w/ the Colorado or something similar. Of course they have plenty of classic breakfast meals, not to mention they have a nice selection of coffee. Prices are pretty good for west Plano.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I've lived in Texas my entire life and have eaten Tex-Mex almost everywhere. We recently decided to ditch our old "tried and true" because they jacked up their prices and the food quality was lacking. We were originally going to the Blue Goose, but when we pulled in the parking lot I spotted Banditos across the street and my wife and I decided to head over there and try something new. We were not disappointed. We definitely found our "go-to" Tex-Mex restaurant!! First off, I love good beer. They had a great selection (for a Tex-Mex restaurant) of local draft brews. I was uber surprised to the the Deep Ellum IPA up there and highly recommend it to any hop heads. The chips and salsa were awesome. The chips were fresh and the perfect combination of being thin, but not too thin. The salsa was just spicey enough. It seems that most Tex-Mex restaurants have started serving this tomato sauce crap sauce, but not Banditos. I ordered "The Brazos" which was a combo of enchiladas and a taco. I couldn't believe it when they brought it out, but they had lined jalapeno slices on top of the chicken enchilada. YES! They know the way to my heart. The enchiladas were fresh and hot. The only downside was that my entree didn't come with beans and rice, but in their defense it didn't mention beans and rice, plus I got like three enchiladas and two tacos. The crunchy taco was divine. Anyone that complains about this food being "bland" should just head back to On The Border. We got out of their for around $30 and that was with my beer and tip plus our two meals. The restaurant was lively and fun for sure. We look forward to going back and highly recommend you try Banditos if you haven't already!
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago