Authentic Mexican Food


Because our home taste quality is import for us, we carefully select our ingredients and cooked them in a way to offer you the best food quality possible, on taste and service. We don’t use lard in our delicious beans.

Award Winners!!

2013 Talk of the town Best In Region

2014 Small business of the year for the state of California

2015 Los Angeles Business Journal Latino Business Award

2016 San Grabiel Valley Readers Choice Award – Best Mexican Cuisine

We Cater

Delight you party with our delicious food, like if they were on the restaurant!! Catering available for any kind of event, please click in our link below for more info.


Fonda Don Chon | Covina, CA

Fonda Don Chon | Rancho Cucamonga, CA

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1 week 1 day ago

You can find cocido and chicken albóndigas on our daily buffet. Starts from 9-3pm daily or call to get an order to-go!

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2 weeks 5 days ago

Happy New Year, feliz ańo nuevo. We are open with our regular hours of operation today. Come on in the stove is on and the menudo is ready!

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3 weeks 5 days ago

Feliz Navidad - Merry Christmas from everyone here at Fonda Don Chon.
We will be closing at 4 pm today and will be closed on Sunday in celebration of Christmas.

Fonda Don Chon

1 month 1 week ago

Did you know?:
Pozole (Nahuatl: pozolli About this sound po'solːi , variants: pozolé, pozolli, pasole),[1][2][3] which means "hominy", is a traditional soup or stew from Mexico, which once had ritual significance. It is made from hominy,[1] with meat (typically pork), and can be seasoned and garnished with shredded cabbage, chile peppers, onion, garlic, radishes, avocado, salsa and/or limes.[4]

It is a typical dish in various states such as Sinaloa, Michoacán, Guerrero, Zacatecas, Jalisco, Morelos, State of Mexico and Distrito Federal. Pozole is served in Mexican restaurants worldwide.

Pozole is frequently served as a celebratory dish throughout Mexico and by Mexican communities outside Mexico. Common occasions include Mexico Independence Day, quince años, weddings, birthdays, baptisms, and New Year's Day.

Fonda Don Chon

1 month 3 weeks ago

Happy Thanksgiving from everyone here at Fonda Don Chon.

Fonda Don Chon

2 months 1 day ago

The time of year is here to order tamales. Make sure and place your order today for Thanksgiving or Christmas!

Fonda Don Chon

2 months 1 week ago

From everyone here at FDC, thank you Veterans.

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2 months 1 week ago

Fonda Don Chon added a new photo.

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2 months 2 weeks ago

Feliz día de los Muertos—the Day of the Dead—is a holiday celebrated on November 1. Although marked throughout Latin America, Dia de los Muertos is most strongly associated with Mexico, where the tradition originated.

Dia de los Muertos honors the dead with festivals and lively celebrations, a typically Latin American custom that combines indigenous Aztec ritual with Catholicism, brought to the region by Spanish conquistadores. (Dia de los Muertos is celebrated on All Saints Day and All Souls Day, minor holidays in the Catholic calendar.)

Assured that the dead would be insulted by mourning or sadness, Dia de los Muertos celebrates the lives of the deceased with food, drink, parties, and activities the dead enjoyed in life. Dia de los Muertos recognizes death as a natural part of the human experience, a continuum with birth, childhood, and growing up to become a contributing member of the community. On Dia de los Muertos, the dead are also a part of the community, awakened from their eternal sleep to share celebrations with their loved ones.

The most familiar symbol of Dia de los Muertos may be the calacas and calaveras (skeletons and skulls), which appear everywhere during the holiday: in candied sweets, as parade masks, as dolls. Calacas and calaveras are almost always portrayed as enjoying life, often in fancy clothes and entertaining situations.