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Tortilla Press - 10 Reviews - 703 Haddon Ave, Collingswood, NJ 08108-3711, Collingswood, NJ - Direct Selling Businesses Reviews - Phone (856) 869-3345
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703 Haddon Ave, Collingswood, NJ 08108-3711 (at Collings Avenue)
Collingswood, NJ 08108
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Best

The burrito was the size of my head and full of amazing pork and other content that enhanced the goodness of the pork. Would order again 1000x. Chips were good, guac was great but...

Worst

I enjoyed eating here in 2006 but recently the quality has not been the same. We ate here in Feb 08 and not only was the food mediocre, but one of the help staff (a female who pre...

Editorial review from GrubHub 2/8/2014

The burrito was the size of my head and full of amazing pork and other content that enhanced the goodness of the pork. Would order again 1000x. Chips were good, guac was great but I wish it lasted more than 24 hours (nature of all guac, not this guac). Black beans left a little to be desired but I really only ordered them to meet the delivery requirements. more

Hit or miss 8/1/2011

I've dined at Tortilla Press numerous times over the past few years, and for me it's hit or miss. The good:... more

Hit or miss 8/1/2011

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I've dined at Tortilla Press numerous times over the past few years, and for me it's hit or miss. The good: their pulled pork entree is my fav... more

Can't get enough..... 3/7/2010

I've been going to Tortilla press since moving here from Arizona in 06', and I know Mexican cuisine. Chef Mark has grabbed me by the palate and rendered my taste buds submissive to his brand of Mexican fare. The Pork Emolentas drizzled with chocolate sauce (OMG) or Pollo and Sweet potato burritos with homemade tomatillo salsa (come on man), I just can't describe the party going on in my mouth. With the reopening of the Pennsauken Cantina (Yea) and the new menu items that they feature, Mark has done it up right. High class eats on a working man budget. Oh yeah, Sunday brunch is the place to be after church......Thank you Mr. Smith, see ya next time I'm in town. Kayabob Pros: Never had a bad meal or experience Cons: Not enough parking spots at Collingswood location more

Can't get enough of this place 11/1/2009

There's just something about Tortilla Press...I mean, besides the food. The place is buzzing with something - I always feel it when I go there. Plus I love all the events they have - it's always something new and fun to do with food. Great specials, great staff - they look like they really want to be there. Just an all around great place to be and eat. Pros: Guacamole, ceviche Cons: Weekend crowds more

Wonderful meals there for years 10/30/2009

I've been eating fairly regularly at Tortilla Press since the first week it opened. It was excellent then, and it has gotten better and better. Without a doubt, it's the best Mexican restaurant in South Jersey. The chef uses fresh, local ingredients to concoct outstanding meals. Particularly tasty are the scallops, but everything on the menu is delicious! Try the delectable flan for dessert! I wholeheartedly recommend Tortilla Press. Pros: Great food and great service Cons: Having to wait in line to get in more

Beware of the help staff - not sanitary 2/19/2008

I enjoyed eating here in 2006 but recently the quality has not been the same. We ate here in Feb 08 and not only was the food mediocre, but one of the help staff (a female who prepares but not serves) was licking her fingers when dishing out chips and salsa. Then she would serve you the chips with the same hands... more

My favorite. 12/5/2006

Food is always great. Being that this restaurant is ""Mexican influence"" the chef always prepares wonderful specials that identify with authentic Mexican cuisine while accommodating to the American palate. Food is always fresh and they support local South Jersey farms. The service is friendly, fun and attentive. Pros: Fresh squezzed lime margaritas.BYOT. Service and ambience Cons: No waiting area more

Great food, not so great service 6/29/2006

I've been here many times and I've always loved the food and the ambience. The past two times, however, the service has been extremely slow and inattentive. Our waitress last night never came by to see how we were doing or if we needed anything. We finished dinner and sat waiting for our plates to be cleared. This was the case on New Year's Eve also. Our waitress completely catered to the larger party next to us and we were all but forgotten the entire night. This never happened when it first opened but since the restaurant expanded I have enjoyed going here much less. It's a shame because I think the food is excellent. Pros: ambience, BYOT, take out Cons: parking is difficult, service is usually slow more

Average Mexican food 1/19/2006

Tortilla Press is a nice place for people who have a lot of money and don't want particularly great Mexican food. I'm from Texas, so my standards for Mexican food are high, but the food here is just not worth its price. If it were $8 a plate (like in San Antonio), it would definitely be worth it, but it doesn't--it costs around $17 for an entree (more for seafood), and $10 just for an appetizer. The ambience is cool, so it's a nice place to bring someone, but the value is subpar. Also, it's in Collingswood, which means it's BYOB. This I have a no problem with. What I do have a problem with is bringing your own tequila and ordering a ""pitcher"" (of Margarita mix and ice to make your own margaritas) for FIFTEEN dollars. $15 is an acceptable price if the tequila were included, but it's not. Pros: Ambience, Service Cons: Bad value, Average food more
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Editorial

  • ?Mexican influenced? is how chef/owner Mark Smith describes his cuisine, which, as Smith?s rabidly loyal South Jersey following could tell you, translates to an American-style take on ?Mexican?...

  • 11/6/2009 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Hours:

    Mon-Thu 11am-9pm; Fri 11am-10pm; Sat 10am-10pm; Sun 10am-9pm
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