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Tere's Mexican Grill
5870 Melrose Ave # 101
Los Angeles, CA 90038
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- Monday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
- Tuesday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
- Wednesday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
- Thursday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
- Friday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
- Saturday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
- Sunday: Closed
Cuisine: Mexican Restaurants
4.8 of 5.0 from 42 reviews
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Tere's Mexican Grill Reviews
Most menu items also come verdes!
by Derek J.
Everything is good here. You can't miss.
by Josh Nicotra
I'm a big fan of their grilled chicken. It's delicious in their quesadillas, burritos or anything else for that matter.
by Sean-Michael D.
Breakfast burrito and Enchiladas Verde are off the chain!!
by Rob Rebelo
Great guacamole and chips.
by Jeb B.
Small and nice place where you can see Hollywood stars if you are lucky;-)
by Bladimir A.
Awesome burrito de asada, best ever!
by Jonathan Isse
Huge burritos and mexican cokes!
by LA Home & Style
Great food, lovely family owned and operated business. Plus blocks from Paramount so lots of actors and producers frequently pop in: Darren Criss, Jorge Garcia, etc.
by Lesley G.
Local family owned!! Great food that is authentic, fresh, and wonderful staff. Get the Chile Verde!!
by Ken S.
Tere's allows dogs INSIDE their establishment. Talk about being dog friendly.
by Rameen M.
Try the mechudas de carne if you're looking to expand your vocabulary beyond tacos, enchiladas and burritos. Muy rico!
by Curtis B.
Carne asada tacos were great. Loved the home made tortillas were amazing!!
by Mz A.
Must have chips & guac!
by Bryan W.
Parking sucks a**!
by Asia W.
Go for the chips and guac, and the Chile Relleno burito, amazing.
by Don O.
You will constantly see celebs at this awesome place! Lots of vegetarian options! The owners are really friendly/great people
by Nicole M.
The chip and guacamole are a must. And the pollo en mole is fantastic.
by Christina Y.
I ordered the chilaquiles with scrambled eggs and was very impressed with the salsa. Chips would be a great idea while you're waiting.
by Claudia C.
Seriously the best enchiladas Verdes in LA. I drive from the Westside to get my fix.
by Lauren N.
Best enchiladas in Hollywood.
by Chuck T.
Fideo soup is the best!
by Sophia B.
Best chips & salsa ever! Not a fan of the hot (not enough flavor) but the mild red salsa was awesome!
by mike a.
Chile relleno burrito is AMAZING. Agreed that you can split between two people, it's huge!
by mariam a.
by Sam K.
Pillow el mole is god like
by Raymond F.
Really friendly staff! The chips and salsa were awful. It tasted like it was out of a can and the guacamole tasted watered down. Flautas were awful but I can't speak for the rest of the food!
by Dennis H.
Order a side of hot homemade corn tortillas. As light as crepes.
by Curtis B.
Carne Asada is really good and so is the guacamole!
by Adrian G.
Why must the best places be in holes in the wall. :) Yummy floutas!
by Nikky L.
My favorites are the enchiladas verde and the spicy pork tacos. Also get the chips. They are totally worth it.
by Sidney M.
Chips rock. Fish tacos are very good. Of course, do not miss the homemade horchata!
by John S.
Veggie burrito and nachos are consistently grubbin'. Get bottle Mexi Coke and the hottest salsa.
by Claire A.
Do not get the chiliquilies. It's soggy and a hot mess. Fail fail fail.
The pozole is fantastic here, but is only available on Saturdays
by Ken S.
Chips & guacamole = killer.
by Rameen M.
Best Mexican Food in Hwood.
by Rich O.
Oddly, not open on Sundays. Don't drive over and be disappointed.
by Matthew F.
Don't leave without getting their chips! The best anywhere... Great guacamole too.
by Amy E.
Agreed a great place for lunch - but you might want to split that burrito if you're not planing on taking a nap after. All food here is good. Not tones of seating unless you like the busy street.
by Anita G.
Chicken tostada is delicious and a HUGE salad.
by Rachel M.
Nacho's are awesome and only a couple bucks more than the guac....which it has a ton of.
by Patrick C.