Trying to distinguish one Mexican restaurant from another is difficult. Most, if not all, serve big plates with six digit calorie counts. Su Casa, ... More
Trying to distinguish one Mexican restaurant from another is difficult. Most, if not all, serve big plates with six digit calorie counts. Su Casa, however, is refreshingly different for it emphasizes low calorie fare that does not sacrifice on taste. Despite the downstairs location, this restaurant has a lively atmosphere which at times feels like permanent Mexican style celebration. The menu serves the usual array of tacos, burritos and enchiladas. It also cooks specialty dishes like Carnitas, Camorones, and Chillies Rellenos. Salads such as the Yucatan, Avocado and Tostada are all generous in size.
Awesome Mexican: This place has great home made Salsa, Chips, and Margaritas. Their prices during happy hour are really good. Margaritas are $3 each, quesadillas are only $5. Service was very friendly. I will add this to my list of places to return to during my Aspen vacations.
Update November 2008: Seven of us visited Su Casa again and once again we were very happy with the food. The Shrimp Tacos and Chili Relleno were excellent. The server was pleasant but a little over-worked.
Just back from dinner...Had the Mexiacan fish special for $18...Halibut with mango butter...Holy crap what a difference from all other meals this week in Aspen...Great price, great food, real servers without the fricken attitude...Wife and I had two entres and a pitcher of margaritas for $56 plus tip...You just cant find that value in Aspen...We been coming here for over a decade and Su Casa always delivers....Piss on the attitude restaraunts in thsi town and go with a great spot!
highly recommend this place! there is another mexican restaurant within a block that pales in comparison...I live in texas and was surprised to find a restaurant that could stand up to any of the tex mex in my home town
I thought that this was an excellent place to eat. Food was great and so were the prices. I really thought that it would be higher priced; very pleasant surprise. I wish that it opened a little earlier. Great salsa and chips.
Not fancy, but clean and friendly. Also reasonably priced (for Aspen).
The menu's a little on the short side, but there is a decent variety of choices.
The food was well prepared and tasty, but it won't win any 'authenticity' contests; that said, it wasn't annoyingly Americanized either.
Apparently quite kid-friendly, it can get kid-noisy.
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