La huatesca restaurent has been offering an innovate dining experience.Our goal is provide ypu with a true sample of the maxican cuisine that has been ... More
La huatesca restaurent has been offering an innovate dining experience.Our goal is provide ypu with a true sample of the maxican cuisine that has been served throughout the last centuries in the cities, towns and countyside pueblos of mexico.Our culinary expert, have gained experience with some of the industry's most talented chefs and have brought their master and innovative creations to la huasteca restaurent.
rippp---offfff they false advertise....we got there n we were hustle for 43 dollars n change...we went there for club music n dance...insted they had banda n buffet...when we notice there was no dance..we demanded are money back n they refused...we didnt even sit or walk all the way inn...wtf!!!
Ive visited this place at night when it turns into a night club it is preety nice at night onlything is that the dance floor is too small and people get crowded but they do have ans outside patio for smokers or just to catch your breath.
Awful place to eat. Food was sooo horrible there. The whole plaza is wack. I saw a cook pick his nose and other cook clipping his nails. Worst of all, I didn't not see them wash their hands... Restrooms are freakin' dirty also. I would NOT recommend this restaurant to anyone.
First of all, my experience at La Huasteca Restaurant was terrible. Their restroom was beyond dirty. It smelled like crap and competely destroyed my appetite. Price was expensive compare to the quality of food. Do NOT waste your time and money going to this restaurant.
Best Mexican Restaurant in LA!
It's very hard to fidn real mexican food in LA. But this place has the best mexican food, and the staff is very friendly. Their sunday brunch is very good because you have a chance to taste a wide variety of foods, and it's reasonably priced. Try their carne asada, or their fish.
Great place for dinner, but I won't be back. The food was delicious and the ambiance very nice, but the bathrooms were beyond messy. There was toilet paper all over the floor, it smelled like a diaper, and when I mentioned it to the Manager, he just went about his business without giving it much attention.
Sorry guys, but that totally ruined my meal. I'm told Chinese people own the place and if they think we latino's are use to a messy bathroom, they can shove it! I was very disappointed, cause it's such a great place to enjoy a little bit of Mexico in Los Angeles.
Fabulous! Typically casual dress in a beautiful, up-scale Mexican restaurant. High ceilings, colorful murals, modern open kitchen, and you can watch them make fresh corn tortillas that are delicious--not to be compared with what you find in supermarkets or most restaurants. The mole poblano is excellent. It's even drizzled over the chips brought to your table. The menu is not huge, but changes periodically. The chef is very creative, and really knows what he's doing. Incredible food! The fish dishes are excellent. Chicken with mole is generous and excellent. The enchiladas come with wonderful sauces.
I often ask the wait staff for their recommendations. They are professionals, and take great pride in what they offer. Attentive service without being intrusive. Reminds me of good European wait staff.
Friday, Saturday nights and Sunday noon features a very good Mariachi band, paid for by the establishment. They wander among the tables, and you get to see their musical mastery up close. I come especially to enjoy them. I've heard that they have romantic music on Monday and Tuesday nights.
I've also been told that they have a Sunday brunch buffet. I haven't tried it, yet, but am looking forward to experiencing that, to include the mariachi band.
Oh, I forgot to mention that the prices are quite reasonable for dinner, but since they are the same for lunch, that's on the high side.