Iguana Miaac2s name, the locally infamous exterior color and the story of Juan & his Iguana were all conceived on a cocktail napkin in April of 1990 ... More
Iguana Miaac2s name, the locally infamous exterior color and the story of Juan & his Iguana were all conceived on a cocktail napkin in April of 1990 in the lounge of the Prawnbroker Restaurant. The Original Iguana Mia opened for business on September 26th 1990 in the current Cape Coral restaurant site. The Fort Myers location was opened in 1995, followed by the Bonita Springs location in 1999.
We went to the Iguana Mia on Cape Coral Parkway with some visiting friends. We thought we would have authentic Mexican food. It was terrible.
We had several different meals, including burritos and fajitas. Everything tasted very bland. We could have done much better at home. The wait staff seemed very disinterested and even kind of unhappy. I wondered if they had just been told they were going to be laid off or something. We won't ever go back again.
We kept going back (maybe four times) thinking that it could not be as bad as it seemed to be. People speak so highly of it... The service and atmosphere is good, but the food is NOT GOOD. The best part is the salsa that comes with the chips, but that is not good enough. I blame myself. First offense- shame on you, second offense- shame on me...
Very bland food. Very Americanized and not authentic at all. I had steak fajitas with no flavor whatsoever and usually a true mexican restaurant will ask if you want corn or flour tortialls which they did not ask. Nor did they ask the tempature for the steak whcih was really over cooked. Service was pretty good and their margaritas were good as well. Poor food though!
We went for dinner on New Years Eve about 7:30PM The bar was hopping and the drinks were 2 for 1, a great start!
The food was terrific, great fish tacos and wonderful fresh salsa and chips. The atmosphere was festive and fun, the waitress was very attentive and the evening was a success.
Be certain to include them on your list of stops.
This was the worst experience I've had with Mexican food. Plate was hot, enchiladas were cold and not really spicy. My children also complained of how bland the food tasted. First time I've ever had bacon flavored cheese dip....yuck! Margarita would have been better if all of my ice wasn't melted down. Quite a disappointment. The service was excellent though.
What a fun and upbeat place!! As soon as we entered the restaurant in Cape Coral you could tell everyone cared about us and enjoyed what they do!! We all tryed something different and everything was excellent and not the usual mexican fare. We'll be back and soon!!!
Modern low rise 3 mi to Caloosahatchee River; 17 mi to arpt; 10 mi from beach. Amenities:Air Conditioning (In Room).
Newspaper (Free). Refrigerator. Telephone. Television (Cable/Satellite). Non Smoking Rooms. Television. Daily Maid Service. Coffee Maker. Balcony/Terrace. Hotel Details:100 Rooms ...
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