Stopped in at lunchtime and lunch menu has nearly everything under $6.99. I had the chicken enchiladas and ate everything off my plate because it was so good. I was full for the rest of the day. No idea why I never tried this place...More
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I appreciate an authentic Mexican restaurant and if this is what you are looking for also I would look else where in the area. There are plenty. The service was efficient and knowledgeable. That was the best part of our visit. Atmosphere was lacking. Dining...More
The servers here are incredibly efficient--I feel like we never have to wait more than 5-10 minutes to get our food after ordering. The food is good---not the best Mexican I've ever had (always seems a bit bland), but it's always hot and fresh.
Maybe we just had a bad experience, but everything about our dining experience had major problems. Our first impression was not good since we had to wait for any kind of table service to begin with. The poor service continued throughout the entire evening only...More
This has to be my bad, but it seemed like parking and the entrance were either awkwardly located or I missed something very obvious. No big deal for me, but my mother in law has mobility problems, so it was a challenge getting her from...More
Casa Grande, more like Casa Corriente (rundown house). Ordered seafood enchiladas as it's Friday during Lent and got three tortillas with sauce. Showed the manager and his initial response was to bring us more sauce with a couple of pieces of crab in it. Made...More
We stop in every couple of months and always enjoy our meal. The food isn't completely authentic, but very close. There is always lots of food, served hot, served quickly, and for a very reasonable price.
Nothing special here about the food for the event I attended. Certainly was basic. The mezzanine was a horrible place to be seated. Squished in and seated near the storage of unused chairs and tables. From upstairs, only those seated directly at the railing could...More