Abuelo’s Mexican Food Embassy, Tulsa

Ash Nallawalla

1 June 2007


Abuelo's TulsaFive of us went out to Abuelo’s at 10909 E 71st St South in Tulsa. We turned right off the freeway instead of left and managed to view all the other restaurants on the other side of the street, including one of my favourite chains – On the Border.

Didn’t have long to wait, being a table of 5, but there were lots of couples who seemed to have been there fore ages. They kept refilling our free corn chips and salsa (four different varieties). I picked the Monterey burrito specialty ($13.99), which includes four different burritos on a huge plate. Of course I couldn’t finish it, but I took home a doggie bag which was breakfast the next morning before our meeting.

Everyone agreed that it is one of the best American Mexican restaurants they had been to. Sadly, the chain is mainly East Coast and does not extend to NV or CA where I tend to go a lot.
Abuelo's Mexican Food Embassy on Restaurantica

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