Bob’s Taco Station


1901 Ave H Rosenberg,TX 77471
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Comments (11)

  • Posted by NarfAugust 26, 2012

    We went to visit family in Houston and had eaten at a really good DDD in Dallas so we thought we would try this one. YUCK is all I have to say!!!!!

  • Posted by Food GuyAugust 25, 2012

    I have friends in Rosenburge so when I went to visit them I sugested we try the Taco Station. I have only been there once but will have to say that I was dissapointed. The food I had just wasn't up to par for my taste. Seemed like lunch room food I use to get in school. Didn't care for the salsa either which I usualy dribble on my entre, rice, and beans. The portions were large and the prices were low, but I have to say that I probably won't go back unless someone else wants to try it. Every place can have a bad day, but I just didn't care for their cooking.

  • Posted by KitJuly 24, 2012

    I did have a friend from North Carolina and one from Arizona, and none of us agreed on what the best Mexican food tastes like. I wish you'd elaborated on why you disliked it so much, it would have been more helpful.

  • Posted by Luz M EsparzaMay 15, 2012

    My family and I recently move to the Houston area from North Carolina.  I had watched the restaurant being featured on triple D on Food Network.  It looked great and had to try it.  In one word DISGUSTING.  What a let down.  What was Guy Fieri Talking about when he endorsed this place?????

  • Posted by TJFebruary 19, 2012

    Hard to believe that good Tacos and Tamales exist this far from the Border... I'll be the judge next time when im in that area.

  • Posted by [email protected]January 31, 2012

    Just saw this episode on food channel.  Definitely must try this when I am in Texas again!

  • Posted by AnonymousJuly 22, 2011

    i love Bob's tocos the best tocos i ever had

  • Posted by AnonymousApril 25, 2010

    Must have gone on an off day...   My family has had nothing but good experiences there.  Never been charged for chips and salsa, food has NEVER taken more than 15 minutes (even going on a Saturday during lunch)

  • Posted by AnonymousJanuary 14, 2010

    ¿En qué estás pensando...?

  • Posted by AnonymousJanuary 14, 2010

    ¿En qué estás pensando...?

  • Posted by A Former RegularSeptember 18, 2009

    Bobs had definately taken a downard turn. I think that once they went on the food network they let it go to their heads. The taco quality/size has decreased. On multiple occasions I have spent roughly forty-five minutes waiting for 2 tacos. You might think this only happens on busy days but I was one of 12 people inside. To top it off, when my tacos came out wrong, it took them less than five minutes to make new correct ones. Makes you wander why it took so long in the first place. This is also ONE OF THE ONLY mexican food restraunts that I have ever been to that actually charges you for chips and salsa. They definately forgot about keeping the customers that have been coming in for years and how to make a consistant taco. Oh and this is a place that definately acts upon the old addage, "when the shephard is away, the sheep will play."

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