March 2019 by adan cisneros
Good food fast service
February 2019 by Leslie Barajas
Friendly people .I like it .
February 2019 by fornite warrior Barajas
Friendly people .I like it .
January 2019 by Cecil Daniel
These market is just what the neighborhood needs, convenient enough to quickly pick up things needed. Then there r the speciality thing the place provides there is a meat market with a variety of meats and cheeses. Two cooked food station with breakfast, lunch and dinner items, and the tacos r the bomb. com. There is also a cash center that does money transfers or receive them, loaded those handy reloadable cash card, and the fee is just a buck. Fresh produce and tons more.
December 2018 by Jamie Dolan
Great tacos to go!
November 2018 by Adencillos video's Aden's Gallegos
Most people are great in there except for one
November 2018 by J. Luis Reyna
They help a lot with you and they also are free to help
October 2018 by alejandro cadavid
If you want tacos (which are very good) you gave to pay upfront first, if not they won't take your order.
October 2018 by Tayo Temi
Ok place. Not exactly nice to non Hispanics. Have a good choice of items on sale often
August 2018 by Lety Solis
This location has made lots of changes for the better. Very clean and organized. It is a small store so the aisles are small and narrow. Their main attractions are the fresh meat market with lots of choices. The second is the hot food services. They have breakfast, lunch, and dinner!
April 2018 by Mary Padilla Quintero
Good place to buy fresh meat, fruits and veggies, and awesome good quality avocados. The Best.
April 2018 by Incog Nito
Great, inexpensive, hot food. Street tacos 2x $0.99
March 2018 by Crabby Earth Snake
Place used to be good! Has gone down in recent times.. Not consistent with food at all and they seem to favor the hispanic crowd so you might catch an evil eye... Fruits/veg. are priced high too.. Not worth my time or money...
January 2018 by Joe Daddy
Taco plates are amazing
October 2017 by Stephanie Gaines
Mostly for Hispanic people. But I do some business here and there but not to much.
October 2015 by Chris F
Love the avocado salsa and pre-marinaded tablitas!
September 2015 by Maria S.
This is one of my hidden gems for good ole home cooked meals at super cheap, cheap prices . Wide assortment of dishes prepared fresh and ready for you to devour. Pay at cashier first then order your food. Grocery store/fresh produce/meat market
June 2013 by Sara Beth Wilson
Best avocados in Dallas!
April 2012 by Thaly
Marinada fajita is the best!
December 2011 by Mike L.
Actually not a bad place to get your various meats and sausages for a cookout. Pre-marinated fajita skirt steak is a MUST! I love this place too as you can get great tortas and other lunch time foods. Also is a great place for picking up more hard to find latin foods (horchata mix, fresh tortillas, pan dulce). The bakery provides a decent selection of Mexican sweet breads (not the organ meat but actual bread...google it and you'll know what I mean) Prices are decent but I wish they'd put the pre-marinated fajita meat on special more often. A great neighborhood place to get all you will need to your next backyard cookout.
October 2011 by Lisa Coats
Deliciously marinated fajita meat, and it's cheap.
February 2011 by Guillermo M.
Great meat. I bought the skirt to cook a mexican style arrachera and the quality of the meat was excellent.
December 2010 by Victor Rimach
The background music is dope!
July 2010 by HK L.
do: go get flank steaks for fajitas own a grill before you decide this browse the fruit section. it's pretty good. don't: get high on your dads old opiates from 'nam, listen to the dazzling killmen super loud on your headhones and expect your 9th grade spanish to get you anywhere. much less the person that drives you there.
June 2009 by stephanie w.
Before moving to the DFW area, I had never been to a Michoacana before and really did not know what to expect on my first trip. I have a friend that lives in this area, and whenever we did Sunday bar-b-qs we would go to LM to buy fajita meat. The meat counter is quite extensive and comes with preseasoned and tenderized beef and chicken fajita meat along with a multitude of other "treats." If you so desire you can buy chicken feet, cow tongues, tripas, and all kinds of other organ meats. Most people are grossed out by this, but when cooked well these are actually some of the tastiest parts of an animal. LM also sells a small selection of fruits and veggies you don't typically find in major grocery chains, and often at pretty cheap prices. The selection of imported beers is pretty extensive and very reasonably priced. My favorite part about LM is the fact that they have a small diner within the store which serves up tasty platters. You can get menudo, but only on the weekends. I have had better at other places, but theirs is still pretty decent. The portions are pretty large for the price you pay, and the food is absolutely heavenly. Don't expect to find the healthiest meal here though, usually the food is dripping with grease...but makes it oh so tasty! So far I have had the carne asada, pastor, menudo, and the gorditas. The gorditas are by far my absolute favorite as they are stuffed with just the right amount of meat and fixins as to not burst open when you take your first bite. The aguas frescas are also very good. They usually have three to four flavors on hand such as horchata (a cinamony rice milk drink), melon (cantoloupe), and jamaica (a hibiscus flower drink)...all are super refreshing on a hot day. They also usually have a stand outside where you can purchase helotes served with traditional toppings such as mayo, lime, chile powder, and a little bit of cheese. The only downside to the place is that it may be a little difficult if you don't know Spanish. Intead of actually ordering at the counter, you have to tell the cashier your order, prepay, and then take your receipt to the cook who will make your meal. So you can't always just point to a number or something, you have to actually be able to tell these people what you want. Usually they know a little bit of english and typically understand what you are asking for. I have never had an issue here in the past.