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Roberto's Mexican Food ($) $ - Cheap Eats (Under $10)
$$ - Moderate ($11-$25)
$$$ - Expensive ($25-$50)
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908 E Amador Ave
Las Cruces, NM 88001 (Map & Directions)
(575) 523-1851

Cuisine:   Mexican
Location: Dona Ana County > Las Cruces
Website: www.twefie.com/
Delivery: No Attire: Casual Reservations: No
Wifi: No Parking: Yes Alcohol: No
Good for Kids: Yes Outdoor Seats: Yes Payment: Credit Cards Accepted
Hours: Mon-Sat: 7am-8pm

User Reviews for Roberto's Mexican Food
Growing up in Cruces, my husband and family swore by Roberto's, I agree, Recently our daughter''s boyfriend drove thru, (we live n Reno now) posted on 03/21/2014
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Growing up in Cruces, my husband and his family swore by Roberto's, I agree, Recently our daughter''s boyfriend drove thru, (we live in Reno now) Cruces, we asked him to stop and get us 4 dozen enchiladas....needless to say, after he tried them....we only got 8; and we were lucky. <br /> <br /> Love them...thin layer of masa and great spice and flavor in both the green or red.
Mark Mallon posted on 04/13/2011
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The tacos used to be great. They raised the price, no big deal. The tacos got smaller. I will never eat there again.
Jenna Macy posted on 12/29/2010
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Roberto's is simple, no frills, home style Mexican food. With their own tortilla factory next door, I recommend anything burrito, especially green or red chile and potato. Yup, just chile and potato in a flour tortilla, simple but delicious. They aren't fancy, but their food is tasty and cheap. Try their stuffed sopapillas, the hamburger ones are great when I'm not in the mood for spicy food. Their flour tortillas are these huge pillows of softness so I would definitely recommend a burrito of some kind and their green chile meat burrito is fiery hot and yummy!
Aeroconn posted on 03/17/2010
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Certainly not the best Mexican food in town. They do hold the worlds record for the largest enchilada but the rest is mostly hype. They've been around forever and locals flock there. You can, however, find much better Mexican food in Las Cruces and the vicinity. Don't get me wrong, the food is cheap, plentiful, and tasty, but nothing close to 5 stars. Just simple non-fancy fare.
Lawrence Lara posted on 01/12/2010
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Huge tamales; great gorditas; made the world's largest enchilada for the annual Las Cruces "Whole Enchilada Festival." Homecooking at its finest!

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