Located between Dixie Stampede and Highway 65, this Mexican restaurant has been serving local customers and tourists alike for many years. The menu ... More
Casa Fuentes Mexican Restaurant
Located between Dixie Stampede and Highway 65, this Mexican restaurant has been serving local customers and tourists alike for many years. The menu offers selections for breakfast, lunch and dinner that will suit the tastes of everyone in your party. Breakfast choices include items such as Huevos Rancheros, Huevos Con Chorizo and Huevos A La Mexicana. For lunch, you can choose tacos, enchiladas, burritos or any number of other specials 5. Chips and salsa are complimentary with every meal.
Ate here twice. Took that long for it to sink in on me. The food is okay at best. Way over priced. Roaches were running rampant in the bathroom area, so I can imagine what they were like in the kitchen. Hasta Lavista, Baby....
Went to this estabishment at lunchtime, the place was dark inside, no lights on and no air conditioning. Flies were landing on food and surfaces everywhere.
Staff was discourteous and just rude.
Food was horrible, like left overs from the night before.
The nachos had no melted cheese and the meat was old tasting and nasty.
The taco salad was awful, lettuce wilted and the whole thing was greasy and disgusting.
Owner and staff refused to rectify the situation.
Cant' prove it but I think this place made me sick! I have been poopin like I had the flu for 2 days after eating here. And it wasnt like it was worth it. The quality, taste, freshness was not good and again there was no air conditioning on an almost 85 degree day. Try it if you dont mind sweatin while you dine and a good cleanin out afterwards!
My husband and I ate there this weekend they have wonderful authentic mexican food ! The complimentary salsa and chips are delicious as well as the menu items they have and service was great! highly recommend !
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