o.k. I took my kids to eat at Casa Gomez, I hadn t been there in years. When I first went to the restraurant the food was great and I could see why in earlier years, it was rated high. However, my son had the Tilapia Tacos which were terrible, the fish tasted bad almost like an ammonia taste to it. My son had a combination plate with a burrito and quesadilla. His burrito in addition to my chile relleno both looked and tasted like they had both been frozen. Also, the salad was served in a small taco shell which consisted only of lettuce and some sort of dressing that tasted like bleu cheese. Overall, the food tasted very salty because I think they tried to over-compensate on the cheese. Needless to say, I was very disappointed. The food definitely has taken a turn for the worse over the years. The hostess/waitress was very nice though and they did remove the fish dinner off of the bill at my request. Unfortunately, I will never go to this place again.
My experiences of Casa Gomez differ vastly from the previous reviewer, whose vehemence against the restaurant & its employees sounds like major overkill. I've been to Casa Gomez many times over the years. The food is perfectly fine, but not exceptional. They offer a basket of both corn & flour tortilla chips with salsa, and the flour ones are especially good and quite a treat. Their food is tasty and served quickly by staff who have always been very polite and attentive. One female employee in particular, remembers me when I come in, even though I am not a regular. If you've never eaten there, it's worth a try.
Moving here from So Cal, this is by FAR the BEST when it comes to GREAT authentic Mexican food! The food is fabulous, and the service is outstanding. A very warm, and friendly environment. Makes you feel like family! :)
Casa Gomez Mexican Restaurant has the best and most authentic Mexican food I've had since moving from Southern California. Everything is always fresh and made to order. I like to try different dishes whenever I go in, and I've not had a bad experience yet! My husband's favorite is the Chile Verde Burrito. It's huge!
The dining room is decorated in southwestern colors and with authentic Mexican artifacts. The chef has traveled to and spent
a great deal of time in kitchens in Oaxaca and Yucatan, as well as Central America and it shows ...
Twice chosen "Best Overall" by readers of Sacramento Magazine, this is truly an elegant dining experience. The building is a
restored 1850s fire station. Inside, it is a mansion with vaulted ceilings, wood paneling, a fireplace and fresh flowers ...