Mexican, Southwestern, Vegetarian options
Open now 09:00 - 21:00
$$$$ Price range per person $11-30
1525 Lake Pointe Pkwy #600, Sugar Land
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Sugar Land, Texas, USA

Mexican cuisine is a must-taste one at this restaurant. If hungry, come here for mouthwatering fish tacos, grilled prawns and grilled octopus. You can have good grilled pineapple at Pacific Coast Tacos. Check out delicious beer or good margaritas. A lot of visitors order great coffee or delicious lemonade.

Choose between indoor and outdoor seating. A number of people think that the staff is courteous at this place. Fast service is something that visitors highlight in their reviews. You are to be pleasantly impressed with attractive prices at this place. The terrific decor and charming atmosphere let clients feel relaxed here. Google users granted the rating of 4.3 to this spot.

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Nice vibe to the place and extensive menus. Their selection is unique. It's in line with torchy tacos but definitely different. If you're in the mood for non-Mexican tacos, definitely a good bet.
Wow...pacific coast tacos breakfast tacos were amazing!!! We were lucky enough to have them for our entire sales team and I'm convinced they've closed more deals today than ever before. I'll definitely be back and highly recommend them for any occasion.
The first words I heard from the incredibly loud speaker system at this establishment was "Keep on pushing like a dealer ... Go and give 'em all the finger." This sentiment turned out to be a good representation of Pacific Coast Taco management's attitude toward their customers. After being greeted by the sound of explicit club music that could very well give my grandmother a heart attack, we waited in line for 10 minutes (at which point we were told they were out of certain menu items), giving us ample time to review the menu. When ordering, we asked if it was possible to make a bowl with more vegetables (they offer spinach, squash, and a few other vegetables in the taco menu, but anything particularly nutritious is conspicuously absent from the bowl menu).

After making our order and signing the screen that asks for a tip before any service has been provided, we (unsuccessfully) tried to escape the music by going onto the patio. The view from the patio is pleasant and it was a nice day to sit outside. Unfortunately, we were unable to relax into this experience because we were too busy laughing at the contrast between the gangster music blaring profanities and the pleasant middle-aged customers sitting with their colleagues in professional business attire. (There were also a few families as well as people trying their hardest to focus on their laptop work at the bar). 25 minutes (and 5 incredibly regrettable songs) later, our food arrived (at which point we asked for a manager in the hopes of saving this place from subjecting anyone else to a similar experience). The 'manager' (who had also been our cashier) came quickly and politely listened to our comments about the music. She seemed surprised and offered little more than the explanation "oh it's a Pandora station, I'm not sure what station." After walking away without any further attempts to rectify the music or our food delivery time, we were able to focus (to the best extent possible) on our food.

The $10 "bowl" was more of a "cup" (in the terms of anyone familiar with soup-like sizing) and was mostly comprised of rice. They managed to swap the vegetables instead of adding more. I'm a small person and I estimate I could eat three $10 bowls before being somewhat full. The tacos were also comically small with a bizarre combination and proportion of ingredients. The worst was the (almost $5) "Pacific Veggie" taco that was mostly rice vermicelli with a pinkie finger's size portion of veggies on top. The texture and flavor brought into mind images of biting into a moist dishrag.

In the end, we invested $20 in a rather amusing experience of poor customer service. After eating $20 worth of PCT food, we ended up leaving and going immediately Potbelly sandwiches down the street which rewarded our suggestion to "never go to Pacific Coast Tacos" by offering us two free cookies. Thanks Potbelly! An hour and a half later, the two of us had finally had a satisfying lunch.
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1525 Lake Pointe Pkwy #600, Sugar Land, Texas, USA
Outdoor seating Сredit cards accepted Delivery Takeaway Wheelchair accessible
Opening hours
SundaySun 09:00-21:00
MondayMon 07:30-22:00
TuesdayTue 07:30-22:00
WednesdayWed 07:30-22:00
ThursdayThu 07:30-22:00
FridayFri 07:30-22:00
SaturdaySat 09:00-22:00

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