San Juan Capistrano Mexican Restaurant Burritos Breakfast Combos Menu Announced

A full authentic Mexican menu is offered by Ricardo’s Place, available on: (949) 493-4941. The San Juan Capistrano restaurant serves up traditional Mexican breakfast, lunch and dinner options.

San Juan Capistrano, United States - April 25, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Ricardo’s Place in San Juan Capistrano have announced that they offer authentic Mexican cuisine. The restaurant serves a full menu with breakfast, lunch and dinner options available.

For more information please visit the website here: http://ricardosplacesjc.com

Ricardo’s Place is an award winning restaurant offering authentic Mexican food in the Orange County area. The family owned and run business has been open since 2003 using traditional recipes passed down through the generations.

Diners can choose to start their day with Mexican breakfast combos, enjoy their lunch and daily specials or spend the evening dining at Ricardo’s Place. The restaurant also offers take out and delivery options for convenient, fast and fresh Mexican food delivered to their customers’ doors.

Popular items on the menu include breakfasts of Huevos Rancheros and Huevos Con Machaca. Popular items for mains include their famous fajita skillets, tostadas and combination plates. They are also famous for their traditional Churros dessert option.

During the week the restaurant offers a range of specials for their customers to enjoy. these include Taco Tuesday, an all you can eat buffet on Wednesdays, and Tamal Thursday. Their gourmet tamales include Rajas and cheese, Albondiga and meatball. These are topped with red, green, mole, chipotle, Rosa’s or Italian sauces.

Ricardo’s Place explain that they can cater for all corporate and private events, such as wedding, birthdays and many other special occasions. Their comprehensive catering menu is designed to ensure guests enjoy their meal and remember the event for a long time. A range of appetizers, burritos, entrees, a la carts meats, salads and sides are available to customers.

A regular diner has said of their experience at Ricardo’s Place: “Wonderful service from very friendly folks. The food is very tasty! Almost every Friday I stop and grab a meal to go and take it to the harbor. Perfect end of day!”

Those wishing to find out more can visit the website on the link provided above. Alternatively, they can also be contacted on: (949) 493-4941.

Contact Info:
Name: John G
Organization: Ricardo’s Place
Address: 32082 Camino Capistrano, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675, United States
Website: http://www.ricardosplacesjc.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 506385

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