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Maestro Restaurant Restaurant (Reviews & Ratings)

Maestro Restaurant

Address: 110 Union St, Pasadena, CA 91103

Restaurant Type: Mexican restaurant

Phone: (626) 787-1512

Price: $$

Rating: 4.5

Website: http://maestropasadena.com/

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What Time Does Maestro Restaurant Open?

Tuesday,: 5 to 9PM

Wednesday,: 5 to 9PM

Thursday,: 5 to 9PM

Friday,: 5 to 10PM

Saturday,: 5 to 10PM

Sunday,: 11AM to 2PM, 4 to 9PM

Monday,: Closed

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Maestro Restaurant Reviews

Maria M Mejia

Absolutely lovely! My sons treated me to a beautiful Mexican Mother’s Day celebration. Our beautiful server Natalia made the experience special. The food was beautifully presented and delicious. The drinks were such a treat also. Must have the flight of tequilas. I enjoyed it. Please try the Tres Leche Carrot cake and the cheese cake. So special and so very delicious.

Susanna SS

It’s my fifth time in this restaurant and I’m taking one star back. Service is top notch. The cocktails are amazing especially the Moracuya. The grilled octopus and oysters were delicious The tacos ahogados and seared scallops entree are under seasoned. The tres leches carrot cake and guava cheesecake are the best part of the meal.

Jussane Clifford

Having dinner here was a wonderful experience. The food was fresh and delicious. Sergio came out to check on us a couple of times and our server Cesar was very friendly and professional. Thanks for everything.

323 Food

Scallop with mushrooms over Mexican style risotto was the star dish. Scallops tasted great, the mushrooms were well prepared, the rice was full of flavor. Octopus was thick, well cooked, and well seasoned. Way above average. Enchiladas were traditional and good but could the green sauce could have had more pizzazz. Guacamole was ok. Plantain chips with guacamole is a great combination but their guacamole was more visually appealing than flavorful/fresh. The plantain chips were not as crispy as I would have hoped.

Overall, the food was great, just maybe skip the guac. The atmosphere was great and service was friendly. Drinks were spectacular, maracuya with mezcal was my favorite. The mariachis put on a great show and were very vibrant. Definitely a great place to celebrate or just a great escape from the norm for some lively weekend festivities

Natalia Poveda

Amazing food, delicious ambiance, great service. Must come back. Best patio

Reece

I drive/walk by this restaurant all the time, I finally tried it. It was delicious! Seafood appetizers were delicious, main course meals are good portions, and drinks were on point. The ambiance was lovely, they had a gentleman playing acoustic guitar playing covering the jams from red hot chili peppers to Spanish music. His voice was .

Justin Borges LA Realestate

Great Authentic Mexican food! Unique takes on traditional Mexican dishes. Everything was amazing. Live music was also a nice touch.

Lety Dorigo

Second time here. Short ribs will make you so happy. Perfect flavor. The octopus was good and tender (slightly under seasoned) but the bean and noodle thing was a little too Chef Boyardee for me. Nopales are not my thing but I tried them. The ceviche was the best I’ve had outside of Peru. Mixed drinks are awesome especially if you like Mescal. Seems overpriced just because you’re used to the taco cart prices. But it’s seriously worth the money.

Erika Sanchez

The food is sub par, pretending to be gourmet. The atmosphere is okay inside but outside the local, regular crack heads harass the guests – forced to eat in the dirty alley. I would suggest Mercado better, they are consistent with their execution and flavors. If you want to get drunk and be messy with other locals, this is your place. The owner talked to us and didn’t even seem to care about our terrible experience. Dont waste your money

Junie Hildebrandt

We went on a tuesday. It was busy, and maybe that why service wasn’t great? Or maybe because we were sitting at the bar? But even the bartender didn’t give us very good service. The food items were tasty especially the Tetela. But I felt that the entrees were little under seasoned. It was just shy of a fantastic bite of food. We will try again another night, but overall we left just a bit underwhelmed.

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