Mamacita's proudly represents the architectural style of the three great culture: Persian, Spanish and Mexican. In the 7th century Arabian horseman ... More
Mamacita's proudly represents the architectural style of the three great culture: Persian, Spanish and Mexican. In the 7th century Arabian horseman invaded north Africa and Western Europe by way of Morocco, thus becoming known as "Moors" The Moors ruled parts of southern Europe and Spain For 800 Years until in 1499, Spanish King ferdinand and his queen isabella came to power.
I really have no idea where all these bad reviews are coming from. I went there for the first time with my mother, her friend from work and my 2 year old daughter. First I was amazed at how beautiful the inside was, I felt like I was in a small town square. We went during lunch, we were seated right away and as we were getting situated one of the people making tortillas came and gave my daughter a fresh one, I thought that was very nice. Our order was brought fast and the waiter was very nice and friendly. I never had to ask for a refil of tea, because they were always refilling it, which was surprising. The food was great and I even ordered a strawberry cheesecake. I was amazed that they had a Cheesecake Factory there, it was delicious. All the waiters were very nice to my daughter and even the manager came by to see how we were doing. Best experience at a resturant ever...I will be going back!
Not a good restuarant for San Antonio. The food taste like it was prepared from a box. Any little hole in the wall is better than this over hyped restaurant. Atmosphere is nice but this place has no real ties to good home style mexican food.
I was very disappointed with this place. I was hoping for some great authentic Mexican food. Instead, I got a chain restaurant with luke warm food. The server was not that interested in us, or the fact that we had never been there and had no idea what the green stuff was (I don't know if it was supposed to be guac or not). I will never eat there again.
The scenary is beautiful!!! Although the food to me wasnt very authentic. Its was more like processed food to me. The prices pretty much pay for the building and decorations. Salsa was pretty good, but the food needs a lot of work. I probably wont be going back unless someone is treating :0)