Not a bargain.
Yes, Fresco is cheap, but so are their ingredients. We ordered from there thinking that we couldn't go wrong with burritos and a tostada and found out we were mistaken. The tostada was mostly iceberg lettuce. The burrito was bland - mostly rice and veggies that I'd expect to find in Chinese food (nothing against Chinese food, I just don't expect to find snow peas in a burrito). Spend a few extra bucks and get some food you will actually enjoy.
Good, cheap Mexican.
If you order the right thing, it's really good. Stay away from the enchiladas if you're expecting the kind you're used to with sauce over the top - they're basically just a burrito.<br>
I almost always order the Chicken Nachos when we want to eat in for cheap - they are smothered in 2 cheeses, black beans, diced tomatoes, tasty chicken and jalepenos, with salsa on the side. I don't know if I've ever finished it - not because it's not good, it's a lot of food! The steak is really delicious as well.
Also recommend the "Fresh Flour Torilla" - it's an 8 inch flour tortilla with your choice of fillings - pinto bean and cheese is yum! The tortillas taste really fresh.
Cheap Mexican Eats.
Fresca Tortillas is as their title states: "Fresca." This free delivery establishment relies on freshly prepared Mexican food with very affordable prices. Don't go in there expecting the place is beautiful, it is your typical Queens delivery restaurant. The chili verdes are great, even the nachos are plentiful. Recommended for a relaxing night at home.