Valle Luna, which means Moon Valley, is an old fashioned family owned-and-operated business that proudly observes the Sonoran food traditions. The ... More
Valle Luna Mexican Restaurant
Valle Luna, which means Moon Valley, is an old fashioned family owned-and-operated business that proudly observes the Sonoran food traditions. The entire southern border of Arizona is bounded by the great Mexican state of Sonora. With their proximity and stark topographic similarities, it is only natural that these two friendly states would share their cultures, reflect such things as architecture and building style, music and language, and of course, food and drink traditions. In the mid-1970's Tia Rita, our Family Matriarch, journeyed to upstate New York with her Arizona-Sonoran recipes. Tia Rita's quickly set award winning standards with her Mexican food, including being named "Best of Syracuse". Upon returning to Arizona in 1983, Rita and the family founded the original Valle Luna on West Bell Road.
Food is OK. Salsa use to be better. Front counter people are not very good a greeting you as you come in but they usually say something as you leave. Our last waitress was great, she remembered what we drank on our last visit. More enjoyable than Macyos, but need a better mexican food place closer to home.
Rude host/hostess staff, overworked waiters, screaming little kids running around unsupervised by their parents and average food combined for a less than pleasant experience. No greeting upon entry even though 5 employees were busy talking around the host station, no thank you upon leaving the restaurant by the same staff who apparently hadn't moved during our visit, a waiter who had 9 ( NINE) tables but was the only star of the show. I've been to 2 locations, since I thought my experience might have been location related but, guess what, it wasn't. The food is okay but there are other places that make you at least feel wanted.
Great place to go for authentic mexican food & great margaritas. Service can be slow at times, but this place definitely gets packed. Also love the bar. My girlfriend & I go to have great drinks & sing some karaoke. Lots of fun!
Tuesday is senior night with buy one get one free on all entrees and we have never tried any that we did`nt like. the wait on tuesday may be a little long because seniors know a good value when we see one. salsa is among the best and everything is just great. fajitas and burritos and enchiladas!! YUM YUM! besides the weather , a good rreason to winter in pHOENIX
The best ... ANY WAY you look at it! Always packed... But ALWAYS worth the wait! Oh... SO GOOD! Even if you end up with left overs... They are as good as when it comes to you! .... Oh so good! It was the first time I had eaten fried icecream... they Make it SO GOOD! I was always begging my husband to let us go there for dinner!
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