Restaurant Revew: El Pueblo, Blue Ash

It's been a bit since I did a restaurant review - and by a bit - I mean a few weeks! Since then I celebrated my 10 YEAR blog-a-versary! Hard to believe the Food Hussy was born in 2008 - but she was! I've grown a lot since then - I've visited hundreds of restaurants and written a couple thousand blog posts! (Seriously!) so why not throw another one at ya?

My office is in Blue Ash and I love Mexican food - so finally headed over to El Pueblo - it's all of three minutes from my office - so it was a natural spot to meet up with a friend. It's really big inside and they do a healthy lunch crowd.

It's your run of the mill Cincinnati Mexican - the chips & salsa were pretty standard, friendly staff - all that type of stuff. I was excited to see that the menu had a little variety to it and wasn't the same as everybody else's. There were tamales, shrimp stuff poblanos, vegetarian taco salad with tons of veggies and of course a lunch menu with a Speedy Gonzales.

Susie went with the Lunch Carnitas ($9.49) - the pork was juicy and delicious (she let me try a bite) - of course served with beans & rice - it was a great option. She had some leftover to take home as well.

I went for the Tacos de Puerco Marinado ($9.99 - lunch menu). This came with rice, black beans, lettuce pico and guac - then I poured a little of their cheese dip on top - can't go wrong with cheese - right?! 

Why should you go? El Pueblo is definitely a great option for Mexican in the Blue Ash area. There's a Taco Bell nearby as well but come one - who's going there? (Okay - me - last week - but I was in a hurry). 

El Pueblo Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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