Jalapeno Tree


Address
916 W. Main St
Gun Barrel City, Texas 75156

Contact
903-887-2618

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When you are in the mood for ?Crazy Mexican Food? in a rustic setting, The Jalapeno Tree in Gun Barrel City is waiting to serve you.

One of delicacies on the appetrizer menu includes vegetarian quesadillas filled with Monterey jack cheese, saut?ed mushrooms, spinach, zucchini, squash, onion and bell pepper served with both sour cream and queso. The Jalapeno Tree Salad in a crispy shell topped with chicken or beef fajitas and the Southwestern Tortilla Soup will please you too.

The Build Your Own Combo is a favorite that allows you to mix your choice of up to four items, including enchiladas, queso, flautas, tortilla soup, burritos, tacos, chalupas, tamales or a house salad, on your dinner plate. Seafood is also available in your favorite Mexican dish. Choose your own topping sauce from chili con carne, chili con queso, tequila cream, ranchero or sour cream.

There is also and American food and children?s menu, along with desserts and your favorite drinks.
The Jalapeno Tree is at 916 W. Main St., Gun Barrel City, TX 75156. 903-887-2618.

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