Angela's Café

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Details
131 Lexington St (at Brooks St.)
East Boston, MA 02128
(617) 567-4972
Mexican
$
Hours
Mon–Thu: 8:00 AM–9:00 PM Fri–Sat: 8:00 AM–10:00 PM Sun: 8:00 AM–3:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Angela's is often cited by local diehards as Boston's best Mexican. Get the mole. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Beat Mexican food in Boston!
  • Start off with some flautas, then try the albondigas (ground beef stuffed with boiled egg and cheese, cooked in a chipotle sauce), and end your meal with a traditional or chocolate flan.
  • Hidden gem! Definitely try the breakfast/brunch.
  • Guacamole was extremely tasty with a wonderful texture.
  • Guacamole is fantastic. Smooth, rich, creamy and just has the right amount of lime to set it off!
  • It's a diners, drive ins, and dives place! Yay!
  • Under the careful watch of the restaurant's namesake, a Puebla native, it serves up a variety of moles, including the favorite mole poblano de Angela. Try the albondigas too.
  • Food is really good; freshly made with fresh ingredients.
  • Great food, wonderful staff, lovely atmosphere - small, though, so make a reservation! You don't want to miss out.
  • Superb guac and tacos al pastor are addicting (I order a pile of them as an entree). An East Boston gem!
  • You must get the guacamole-it is out of this world. So is everything else. And the staff is amazingly helpful and patient.
  • Pretty much disregarded a reservation but food was good and service great. Mole was the highlight.
  • I went eith agroup of Mexican friends. We were unimpressed.
  • Great authentic Mexican food! Definitely try the Sampler Platter to see what's best!
  • Muy rico, bien servido. Se acerca mucho a lo tradicional mexicano. Los tacos de papa son ricos. La crema poblana no es tan recomendable.
  • Breakfast burrito and sangria
  • Ana Sortun, chef of Oleana, eats here on her nights off. She loves the Favoritos de Angela.
  • Gaucomole is a must. Family run restaurant hidden in East Boston.. Nothing but love <3
  • Specializes in the dishes of native Puebla: chiles en nogada, pipian verde. Search all you want -- you're not going to find better mole anywhere in the city.