Super Taqueria

About

Mexican

Price Range : Under $10 ($)

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    Yelp rating
    3.5 stars

Location

Adress: 460 Tres Pinos Rd, Hollister, CA 95023

Phone: (831) 636-5849

Work Hours

Mon 9:00 am-10:00 pm
Tue 9:00 am-10:00 pm
Wed 9:00 am-10:00 pm
Thu 9:00 am-10:00 pm
Fri 9:00 am-10:00 pm
Sat 9:00 am-10:00 pm
Sun 9:00 am-10:00 pm

Business info

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    Takes Reservations
    No
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    Delivery
    No
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    Take-out
    Yes
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    Accepts Credit Cards
    No
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    Good For
    Lunch, Dinner
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    Parking
    Private Lot
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    Bike Parking
    Yes
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    Wheelchair Accessible
    No
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    Good for Kids
    Yes
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    Good for Groups
    Yes
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    Ambience
    Casual
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    Noise Level
    Average
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    Alcohol
    Beer & Wine Only
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    Outdoor Seating
    No
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    Wi-Fi
    No
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    Has TV
    Yes
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    Caters
    Yes
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    Gender Neutral Restrooms
    Yes

Reviews

  • Jodi D.

    star star star star star_border 17 June 2021

    Food is good, prices are good, service is hit and miss. The biggest downfall is this place only accepts cash and there is never parking.

  • Cynthia M.

    star star_border star_border star_border star_border 15 June 2021

    The lengua burrito is awful. I got my burrito n it was soooo wet and leaking juice. It didn't even have salsa instead it had big tomatoes & the plastic part from the onion. My burrito was mostly fried beans & no rice, I also asked for sour cream n it had no cream inside it was all outside of my burrito n leaking out. If I wanted a wet burrito I would of got that. Horrible spot. Don't get the lengua burrito unless u like biting into a sloppy,wet mess.

  • Teresa L.

    star star star star star 15 June 2021

    Got a super giant burrito and unlike the name, the actually size is smaller than the large burritos you can buy somewhere else. But rather than the size, paying round $8 for a good quality burrito is hard to find. I got al pastor with whole beans and to my delight, the wrap was freshly heated and the meat had that smokey taste to it; everything tasted fresh. Mild sauces, lime, and extremely hot green peppers were given as condiments.

    The place only accepts cash and with the bustling noise level, the aura of the place definitely feels cozy and casual.

  • Michael G.

    star star_border star_border star_border star_border 10 June 2021

    This place is a joke. Simple requests can never be met and the staff always says "it's because of the owners."

    Visit 1, Request 1: Super Nachos with chips on side. "No, the owners won't let us do that."

    Visit 2, Request 2: offered to pay full price for for nachos but only with chips and cheese. "No, the owners won't let us do that."

    Every other time we have been here the food is OK. Nothing that makes it stand out.

    The staff never seems like they want to go out of their way to help.

    At this point I can confidently say it is because of bad ownership and leadership.

    If you want something cheap and fast, this is the place. If you want something good with good service, go to El Grullense Jal across town.

  • Tyler C.

    star star star_border star_border star_border 1 June 2021

    I'm partially responsible for this because it does indicate on Yelp, but there needs to be a federal law for anywhere that only accepts cash, it has to be clearly advertised on the building, preferably in larger font than the name of the actual restaurant... luckily I happened to have a small amount of US currency on hand.

    Then again, maybe I was unlucky because I was not very impressed. I got the Giant Super Burrito (don't let the name fool you because it's regular sized). I must say I was underwhelmed. I got carne asada and it just didn't have any flavor. Well maybe it did, it may have just been masked by an exceedingly large quantity of refried beans that dominated the taste of the burrito. I shall rename this burrito the "Average Sized Bean Burrito (with some meat and rice". I think there was avocado and pico on there too, but I just tasted beans.

    I may have simply struck out on the burrito itself, and/or the meat, so if there's a next time I'll try something else with a different meat.

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