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Aventura Mexican Restaurant

May 28th, 2011 · Comments

Aventura Mexican Restaurant (Mexican)
Aventura Mexican Restaurant (Map)
Seattle, WA 98133
(206) 363-3089
aventuramexican.com

Yelp: “…The quesadillas are unique – deep fried …”

Urban Spoon: Outside doesn’t look fancy. But inside is clean…

1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (4 votes, average: 3.75 out of 5)
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Comments

  1. NoFoolin says:

    This restaurant should have no stars at all. The food is terrible and the whole place reeks of mildew. We went there because of those Yelp/UrbanSpoon reviews — which could only have been written by a paid promoter of this place. Stay away!!

  2. scott g says:

    I love this place. I live on Greenwood, and have gone to all the Mexican places in Greenwood and Phinney numerous times in the last 5 years. I go to Gorditos for take out and Chupacabra when I want to be hip and cool and get tipsy. And now I am thrilled to have AVENTURA in the hood. I go there for my sit-down Mexican food served with free chips and great salsa by a friendly owner. It’s perfect to take family and friends. They are super accommodating and nice about special dietary requests my family has. Yep, it’s empty often when I walk in, but I think it’s because the outside looks crappy and it’s next to a ugly mini-mart. It’s large, and CLEAN and I’ve never smelled mildew. Not sure what NoFoolin’ was trying to accomplish. Take my word for it and the reviews on Yelp/Urban spoon that this place is absolutely worth getting past the crappy looking outside. Please, try it out, I will be really bummed if they don’t make it in our ‘hood. (Stacy in Greenwood, no foolin’)

  3. NoFoolin says:

    What NoFoolin’ was trying to accomplish: helping neighbors save their money and time. I’m glad you had a better experience, but mine was so bad that I felt I should warn others. Yes, the staff was nice. That’s not enough.