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Baja Grill in Wormtown/Worcester

mrwynter May 25, 2009 07:43 AM

Thanks to the chowhounds who alerted me to this way cool spot. Located in a lower income quiet part of Worc. this little gem is worthy of your attention. We arrived Sunday at 3 for a pre birthday luncheon. The place is sparkling clean and the staff so attentive and welcoming. We loved the homemade tortilla chips and two salsas. We had a lovely Mexican soda and enjoyed the nice traditional music. Mom chose chicken enchiladas and I had the pollo en mole. Mom's was an app but it came with rice, salad and we shared pico de gallo, homemade amazing guac, frijoles a la charra and refried beans. The food was fabulous. The seasoning perfect and the presentation artful. The house treated Mom to a tres leche bollo with a candle. The bill 22.00 plus tip.

Please support this eatery. Their luncheon specials are 5.95 each. This is beyond absurd. The best authentic Mexican I have enjoyed in years...please try it..

LOVE THIS PLACE..wish I lived closer ...

http://www.bajagrillneo-mexicancuisin...

  1. invinotheresverde May 29, 2009 09:29 AM

    I've eaten their tamales twice in two days they're so good. Wednesday night they were pretty crowded, which means the word is getting out.. There's finally great Mexican in Worcester!

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    1. re: invinotheresverde
      Slotkins May 30, 2009 03:10 PM

      Dynamite Mexican. Worcester so deserved REAL Mexican fare and this is it. I'll be posting more soon and visiting Baja a lot more also.

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      camilled Jun 8, 2009 07:14 AM

      We discovered this place about a year ago and have gone back at least monthly. If you like Mexico-style, rather than Tex-Mex, you'll love this restaurant's offerings. We've sampled the cochinita pibil, enchiladas, tacos al pastor, chicken with mole, sopes, queso fundido, and burrito -- and loved them all! And the BYOB option is a real plus!

      1. Scargod Jun 8, 2009 11:20 AM

        Wormtown? Where everyone eats worms?

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        1. re: Scargod
          phelana Jun 8, 2009 01:43 PM

          Lenny Sarinen AKA L.B Worm coined the word...back in my old Ralph's Diner life..

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