Dickson >Food & Dining > Mazatlan Mexican Restaurant
180 Beasley Dr, Dickson, TN | Directions 3705536.061783 -87.380586
Mon. - Sun. 11am - 10pm
the food is great the service is less than – Yes I love the food and would enjoy to continue eating there but the service is less than profection.
My family a group of 10 or so came in to eat we were seated and i unfortunatly had to get my food to go and leave for work.
I ordered before the hole rest of the table made a completely seperate order and told the waiter i wanted my plate togo while they were waiting for the rest of the party to arrive.
they brought my food out on a plate. I informed the person that brought my food that I needed the Food togo.
A few min later my waiter came out and started accusing me and pointing his finger saying if I wanted togo that I should of said that and I didn't order the food togo. I know that I did order the food togo and why would one person in a party of 10 order there food before the rest of the table was ready to order anyways I let them keep the food and my family of 4 part of the party left and ate elsewhere.. happy to say Mazatlan is not my mexican restaurant of choice
I recommend LAS FAITAS it is even better!
Authentic Mexican food,cramped restaurant. – The description for Mazatlan as being roomy,& having a Mexican grocery attached is incorrect & is
actually describing Camino Real.In fact Mazatlan has got to be the most cramped uncomfortable restaurant that I have ever eaten at,that being said I keep going back for the food,which is excellent,
consistent from visit to visit,& reasonable.As far as being kid friendly,it's not.The dining area is located
right next to the bar,& it's been my expereince that management will at times allow the booze to flow to
long & to freely in the dining area.The service is good as far as getting your food,but unless you pin down your waiter & specifically ask for your ticket be prepared to wait,& wait,& oh well you get the picture.I recommend the Fajitas Jalisco,the Special Dinner,or the Tamales.I love they're Guacomole Dip for
an appetizer,& although the Nachos Supremos is listed as an appetizer I often get it as the main course.
Word of caution,don't order the Fried Ice Cream unless you have at least 30 minutes to kill,it will take
that long for it to thaw to the point that it can be eaten.Once again Mazatlan's is cramped & inconvenient
but the food is worth it.Management should consider expanding or moving to a larger location.
Visit this pearl of the Pacific for no-frills, authentic Mexican cuisine. – In Short
This ethnic eatery, named for a resort town on the Mexican Riviera, boasts a roomy dining area with plenty of seating for large groups. The interior has warm, neutral shades, with wall murals depicting rural scenes and festive Latin music playing throughout. The area's Hispanic residents, students and young couples keep the kitchen busy and the imported beer flowing. Folks with healthy appetites appreciate the generous portions of everything from nachos to camarones al diablo..
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