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Los Dos Molinos is a fantastic mexican restaurant in south Phoenix. We ate pork-stuffed rellenos, which I highly recommend! Their salsa is also very good. Probably everything they have is great, I think. If you're in Phoenix you might not be particularly nearby this place, but it is definitely worth the trip. Address: 8646 South Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85042-7605 Phone: (602) 243-9113

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