Explore Winnie's Mexican flavors with our restaurant recommendations.
“First, Mary our server was super! Second (but maybe first), the food is fresh and delicious. Having been married to a Cajun for over 30 years I've had my share of gumbo - THIS seafood gumbo is the best I've ever had! Fish tacos, blackened seafood nachos, and bread pudding - all amazing! We will come again when we're passing through - SO many more scrumptious looking menu items to try!“
“It is an excellent place to eat, they do everything for you at the moment, they pamper you, they make you feel at home, Mrs. Mary is a kind and attentive person and Mr. Alex takes care of all the attention, every time I am in Tx I do not hesitate to pass, I love it !!!“
“This is authentic street Tacos!This Little Taco place is located off the main road in winnie next to the tire shop. ( food is made to order)The area where the food is prepared is clean. I witnessed her washing her hands before cooking food both times. The lady that took my order was very friendly.The food was excellent!! My husband got 4 street tacos. Two Barbecoa and two pork with onion and Salantro. The food was so hot and fresh.I had Barria with onions, salantro. The tortillas were buttery, and the meat was tender with lots of flavor. I really enjoyed the cheese that was used very creamy and stretchy. Mmmm delicious and worth 5 stars.As you can see from the photos, we gobbled them up before I could get good photos. As always, if you found this review helpful, please give me a thumbs up. ?“
“Well food was so so maybe ok taste, everything neutral in flavors, it just didn’t stand out for me, Mexican food is un healthy, I felt I had to order jalapeños to spicy it it some. The sope was close but no near Mexican sope, but still unique in taste in its own way, the salsas, plain, red one seams to me like the can paste pecante but stuff added to it to try and make it there own, didn’t fool me. I later saw one of the bottles of straight blended up jalapeños and bit of oil mixed, but it was too late, I didn’t get that salsa bottle. FOOD just needs more kick in flavors, just too plain, I’d say. The menu well its more towards white people, not saying in bad way, sorry to say, this ain’t authentic traditional Mexican food, but good food in its own diet way. I will return.“
“When you walk in here you think "is this it?" It looks like a canteen. But wow, the food. FAN. TAS. TIC. Ready in a heartbeat, very inexpensive, and filled to the brim with tasty ingredients. Served by friendly staff to boot. Unfortunately we were just passing through, but if we would be living in the area, we would eat here often!! I cannot recommend this highly enough, it's simply fantastic. Thank you for this amazing experience.“
“This isn't the best Mexican food in Texas, but it's the best in Winnie. Their beef enchilada had grated cheese on top, rather than enchilada sauce, and was too dry, but their enchiladas verdes had a great green sauce, and they gladly gave us some extra sauce. It's apparently a family-run place, very friendly, with spotless restrooms, and the best thing is they have an ice-cream shop on the way in/out. Yeah, it's like putting candy next to the check-out aisle, but the mango sorbet sure was good!P.s.: They need a bigger sign out front.“
“This is the only Mexican restaurant I've ever been to that didn't serve alcohol. Was really hoping to enjoy a nice cold beer with my dinner but had to settle for Pepsi instead. Food was good. Salsa was spicy . Food was so/so . Not bad all together.“