Lots of excitement, Great food and atmosphere, very good drinks, patio, a place that I recommend and is really authentic.
This is a unique restaurant, unlike the cookie cutter places that seem to be popping up everywhere. An older looking place, large interior with a bar, seemed to be clean but certainly not fancy. The customary chips and salsa were good, obviously fresh and hot salsa with still crisp onions. She got spinach enchiladas, made with fresh instead of the... More
I wanted a chimichanga on the menu it just said beef and chicken. The waitress told me I could get an asada. This made me extra happy. The salsa didn't look like much but it was good. I also had a sangria margarita that was tasty. If I lived here I would probably frequent this establishment.
We arrived about 6:30 on Friday following New Year. The place was packed with a wait list of about 20 minutes. We waited. Menu, food and service is typical of Mexican restaurants. The plates are delivered hot with large portions. We ordered 4 meals plus 1 takeout dinner. Tab came to $39.10 including a single soft drink.
Had a wonderful meal here. Food portions were large. Was well prepared and tasted wonderful. Waitress was very friendly.
Growing up in San Diego has made me hold somewhat high standards of how Mexican food should taste here in Tennessee, and nothing really comes close...its a drag. However, I am happy to say that Casa Fiesta has come the closest (in terms of restaurants, not to be compared with those scary but awesome little burrito vans found throughout Antioch.... More
Had dinner there and loved the Mexican food. The tacos, burrito, enchilada, rice and beans were excellent. My wife and I grew up on Tex-Mex food, and we agree this is the closest taste to what we grew up eating in the Rio Grande Valley in South TX. Prices were very reasonable.
You know you've hit a gem when the restaurant is full ALL THE TIME. You cannot beat the great food at Casa Fiesta Mexican Restaurant. Everything is fantastic -- from the salsa and chips to the margaritas and everything in between. My favorite entree is the Hot and Spicy Burrito -- so big that it covers the entire plate. If... More
Casa Fiesta is all right, but it's not really a place that I can recommend to others all that much. It is good, but it needs some improvement, because I didn't find it to live up to my expectations.
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