The service is pretty good. Friendly staff but the food is not good at all. Ordered Birria, one pupusas, steak Empanadas and flautas. The birria has a weird smelled to it.. tried it and it does not taste like what Birria is supposed to taste like. The Tortillas are soggy, the consume is too pale and tasteless. The cheese they used for the birria is the same as what they use for the pupusas. The empanadas is just nasty. The cheese is overpowering that you can't even the steak on it. It's quite nauseating. The pupusas didn't come with the slaw, apparently one pupusas does not come with anything. My husband said the flautas were not good. He asked for some crema and they gave him Sour Cream. Overall extremely disappointed and it's not worth the over $40 we paid for.
Authentic fresh made to order cuisine. We ordered Chorizo tacos they were well seasoned not greasy as many are, soft corn tortillas were soft but sturdy and the onion and cilantro were fresh. They were accompanied by a medium heat green salsa and lime. We also ordered Chips and guacamole, the chips were typical appetizers however the guacamole was so fresh flavorful and chunky! We recommend 100% to finish our Cinco de Mayo meal We had a Traditional Tres Leches cake. The cake was firm and full of milk sweet and smooth. Perfect texture and not over spiced. Parking can be challenging with the municipal parking filling up quickly due to being downtown. Staff is always friendly, fast and the restaurant is always clean.
Walked in around 5:30pm on Thursday, and there was a single family sitting and eating at a table. We saw no sign that said "Please Wait to be Seated" or "Please Seat Yourself." Since nobody from the restaurant was present, we sat down and waited. Nearly 10 minutes later, we saw nobody... and not a soul came out to greet us or give us menus. We then left and had to seek dinner elsewhere. ere.
Good service, food was okay. The big downside was the chorizo tostadas, which tasted okay, but the meat was too cold. No hint that it had even been warmed up. Even with the lettuce on top, it should have been warm, not cold.
Amazing! Love the Salvadoran food. We ordered a little of everything for take out and shared.
My mom got me pupusas as carryout for my dinner and I ate one and a half of them within about 5 minutes because they were so delicious and only then did I remember I should probably document this life-changing experience. I?ve had pupusas before, but these. These were pork and cheese and bean I think, but honestly any of them would have been incredible. I also had some of my moms leftover carnitas and I stole all of the sauce that they gave because it?s so good. I had to force myself to save one and I ate it cold and it was still delicious. I can?t say enough good things about it. I?m a changed person after sampling these. I love you blessing restaurant.
Here on a business trip tried blessings for the 1st time Absolutely delicious had the Beef tongue tacos. That was wrapped in homemade tortillas with chips and salsa highly recommend will definitely be coming back here before I have to go home
My son and I enjoyed a great inexpensive meal at this restaurant. The host was friendly, solicitous and quick about our service. The food was delicious, definity not "corporate". We will be going back or getting take out.
One of the best places to eat in Hanover, enjoy a healthy experience and a friendly staff. Blessing Restaurant is the perfect place for families to experience appetizing mexican food, like specialty nachos. Read the restaurant menu online today, or call (717) 698-1543.
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