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Melissa Matías said 4 years ago
I visited El Navideño with my family on January 1st, 2017 to welcome the New Year and I must say, they never fail to deliver. This is our fourth time visiting the restaurant and their service has been outstanding every single time. The food was amazing and the prices are very reasonable. You may be able to find cheaper places around the area, as other reviewers have pointed out, but none have the facilities, ambiance and quality ingredients that El Navideño offers. Comfortable temperature with great air conditioning and extra clean bathrooms (which are extremely important to my standards), delightful Christmas music, beautiful decorations, magnificent service and exquisite food and drinks. Staff has always been attentive and you can also always see the owners over viewing that everything is being carried out to perfection, as this is a family-owned business. I guess that you get what you're willing to pay for. We're looking forward to visit them again in March, as we are smitten with this place and they have Christmas all year round.
Ulises Feliciano Troche said 4 years ago
Very inconsistent...1st visit (group of 12) was ok, 2nd was great (group of 30), last visit was a disaster (group of 14). Half the room was empty and yet we needed to wait more than an hour and a half. Food and service also inconsistent. Prices are high.
Osvaldo Gonzalez said 4 years ago
Awesome place, Xmas all year. Great family place and a Super staff.
joseanshadow said 4 years ago
Good food
GIMAR RODRIGUEZ said 4 years ago
Familiar

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