This was my first visit to the original Las Casuelas. I was told that it is a local favorite, not a tourist attraction. On a Saturday night, our party of six were seated immediately although we did have reservations. The restaurant was about half full at 8 pm. The menu was extensive, offering something for everyone. I chose the low fat chicken tostada ($!0). For Palm Springs, the prices were more than fair. We were served abundant freshly made chips and delicious house made salsa. My tostada was a fried tortilla shell (probably not low fat) and inside were layered beans, lettuce, and grilled chicken surrounded with raw zucchini and carrot slices. It was not overly salty which was a definite plus but it lacked a dressing, so I used some of the salsa on the table. Over all it was very good but I would have liked a little more flavor with the addition of spices. The chicken looked and tasted like it was freshly made in house, and not something out of the freezer. I will return so that I may try the tacosand some other items on the menu, and I am also curious about the margaritas made with tequila wine. They do not have a liquor license but they serve beer and wine. It was a pleasant experience. I will return.
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