2416 K St, Sacramento, CA | Directions 9581638.573887 -121.474548
Neighborhoods: Midtown, Central Sacramento
Great for a Girls day out – My girlfriends and I were out shopping and found this great restaurant. The outdoor patio was perfect for people watching and enjoying the weather. Food is great and service is friendly. Must must must go.
Best Mexican Restaurant in Sacramento – Not to say I ever stop searching, but this is the best Mexican Restaurant I've found in Sacramento. The ambience is really pretty incredible; full of color, dark but not too dark, pretty romantic. The service is also excellent. This is the type of place where the staff remember what you ordered the last time you came in. It's a rare thing these days to find such a successful restaurant that is family run and staffed.
Most importantly the food is very good. The salsa is probably what keeps me coming back the most. It's so authentic that you're never sure exactly how spicy it's going to be. If you prefer chicken or steak over pork, you'll definitely find something you like here. I have at times found the pork at Tres Hermanas to be too dry. Anything else is pretty hard to go wrong with.
The Best! – I have lived in Sacramento all my life and have been to many, many Mexican restaurants here, just about every one of them. This place has the best food, hands down! Their salsa is the absolute best I've ever tasted in my entire life. And the creamy cilantro (house) salad dressing is simply outa this world!
Tres is a perfect 10. Have been going there for years now and it is always fabulous, every time!
Rude – Called 2 days in advance and was told I was able to make reservations for outdoor dining for 4, which I did. When arrived, was told outdoor seating was full. When I mentioned I had RSVP'd, both hostesses just turned their backs and walked away! No explanation, no apology. Then I was hoping for good food once we got seated, but the food was also a disappointment. I won't go back.
mr. R – Authentic, flavorful food with good value is what we found- excellent service for us, because we didn't need to mull over what to order - like the table next to us that arrived before us and served after us - the Magaritas were average but the Mex. chix-soup, carne-asada and chix-quesadilla for our son was delicious along with fresh salsa and warm unlimited chips on the patio dining on a pleasant sac. afternoon.
Traditional Mexican cuisine, warm service and a cozy outdoor patio distinguish this hot spot from the usual downtown crowd. – The Scene
It's relaxed and casual at Tres Hermanas. As you sip sangria on the plant-filled patio, sit back and take in the charm of Midtown and the steady stream of people as they cruise K Street. Local businesspeople fill the place up at lunchtime, so avoid the noon hour. Try a weekend brunch instead.
This is an authentically Mexican restaurant, serving dishes like mole (chocolate-based sauce) and menudo (tripe) that are hard to find (at least prepared the right way) in Tex-Mex and California-cuisine eateries. Try the sinful but delicious flautas: three chicken-filled, rolled corn tortillas deep-fried and smothered with sour cream and guacamole. Or the very garlicky camarones al mojo de ajo (sauteed shrimp). The breakfast burritos are sure to impress newcomers to morning Mexican cuisine.
great place – I really like this place. Good food, good service. It is nice to sit out on the patio and enjoy beer and chips.
mr_mongo – Las Tres Hermanas restaurants each have their own appealing qualities. The midtown location near ricks desert diner (if ricks is still there) reminds me of the little alley way recesses in some of the small Mexican towns and some of the byways one encounters in Lisbon, Portugal, or Seville, Spain. The food at each reminded me of home in SoCalifUSA. It was just spicy enough without being too spicy for the average palate so that I did not have to request a more piquant sauce to add.
Keep it up!
Excellent! – After Ernestos went to pot, my wife and I tried Tres Hermanas and never went anywhere else since! The food is great and fast and the chips are fresh. Good carnitas, though not as tasty as Ernestos once was. Service has been almost always great-sometimes a little slow to bring the check, but never rude! Try it, you'll not be disappointed.
tres hermanas – This restaurant was a complete letdown. It was incredibly overpriced and the food was terrible. I've had much better food for much better prices and the only good thing about this place was that it was easy to find and it has a cute exterior. If you are looking for authentic, flavorful food, do not eat here. You will be wasting your money. For those with bland tastebuds, you will love it.
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