Review: Mission Grill, Philadelphia PA
I love Mexican and Tex-Mex food, but it’s always seemed so difficult to find good Tex-Mex in the Philly area. So I was keen to give The Mission Grill a try one night when looking for a place for an early dinner in the Art Museum/Fairmount area. Somehow this place had always escaped my radar and I’d never heard it mentioned on any food forums or blogs for the city.
My full Mission Grill review will tell you what I thought. Overall, solid enough food I’d definitely return again to enjoy, but nothing to make it destination dining for the city. The tacos are the best thing on the menu, hands down.
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