a tempting blend of melted cheese and green chile.
made with fresh avocados, of course, and served in our edible tortilla shell.
our special shredded beef in crisp corn tortilla rolls. served with guacamole.
crisp corn chips with melted cheese, topped with jalapenos and tomatoes.
crisp corn chips topped with spicy shredded beef, jack cheese and pico de gallo. served with fresh guacamole and sour cream.
the mexican cure tripe and hominy in a spicy red chile broth. served with lemon slices, onion and oregano.
chicken, green chiles, tomatoes and garlic in a rich chicken broth. garnished with crispy tortilla strips and monterey jack cheese.
tender chicken, tomatoes, white onion and rice make this a perfect soup! garnished with fresh avocado slices and cilantro.
your choice of seasoned ground beef or grilled chicken with cheese, green chile, black olives, and tomatoes on mixed greens. served in an edible crispy tortilla shell, garnished with sour cream and guacamole.
beef or chicken
Fiesta Chicken Salad
grilled, marinated chicken served on mixed greens with cheese, tomatoes, red onion, black olives, guacamole and ranchero dressing.
a fresh dinner salad served in an edible, crispy tortilla shell, with your choice of dressing.
Blue Chicken Enchiladas
three blue corn tortillas filled with smoked chicken and monterey jack cheese. smothered with green chile and served with spanish rice and ranchero beans.
three sauces, three colors of enchiladas! a white corn tortilla with a blend of cheddar cheeses and red chile, a blue corn tortilla with chicken and smothered with our green chile, and a red corn tortilla with shredded beef and smothered in ranchero sauce. served with black beans and cilantro rice.
a bountiful platter of chicken, beef and cheese enchiladas smothered in red chile and served with rice and beans.
Monterey Spinach Enchiladas
three corn tortillas filled with monterey jack cheese and sauteed spinach, topped with a spicy tomato sauce. served with black beans and cilantro rice, and with cheese, lettuce and tomato.
Green Chile Carnita Enchiladas
morsels of our special seasoned pork, slowly baked to perfection wrapped in corn tortillas and smothered in our green chile and served with rice and beans.
Served With Cilantro Or Spanish Rice, Black, Refried Or Ranchero Beans.
Tacos De Pescado
lightly battered tilapia, served in corn tortillas with avocado slices and a mild chipotle sauce.
grilled shrimp and melted asadero cheese with a hint of arbol sauce.
marinated pork, served over corn tortillas with pineapple, diced onions, tomatillo-avocado salsa, cilantro and lime wedges.
Tacos De Carnitas
three soft corn tortillas with marinated pork and pico de gallo.
three soft corn tortillas with grilled steak and pico de gallo.
three flour or corn tortillas filled with ground beef or chicken. healthy dillo version is served with chicken and without cheese. low-fat, low sodium, low cholesterol.
gilled, garlic marinated steak with lime. accompanied by a cheese enchilada, ranchero beans, cilantro rice.
a meat lovers dream! a combination sampler of carne asada, pork adovada, grilled chicken, southwestern sausage and fried panela cheese with a spicy red sauce served in a charcoal bowl. served with grilled mexican onion, ranchero beans and tortillas.
Yucatan Shrimp Bucket
succulent shrimp, seasoned, breaded and fried to a golden brown. served with fries, jalapeno tartar and chipotle cocktail sauce.
sauteed shrimp and krabTM tossed with penne pasta and our own cream del mar sauce. topped with cotija cheese and pico de gallo.
The Armadillo is more than a family-oriented restaurant---its a family-made restaurant! The history of The Armadillo begins deep in the roots of northern Mexico, where a beautiful young woman was a fantastic cook---perhaps TOO good a cook. Great Great Grandmother Luisa was living at a Hacienda in Chihuahua (Central northern Mexico) when she was kidnapped by renowned bandit Pancho Villa after sampling some of her cooking. Unwilling to part with such fresh, delicious food, Pancho Villa took our grandmother and her young daughter and integrated them as part of his horseback posse. Luisa served as a faithful cook on his gravy train for 4 and a half years during the1920s. Pancho Villa was very good to our grandmother and her daughter throughout her captivity, and eventually released the two women so that her daughter could attend school.