I live 60 miles from Bryan in a small Texas town. Bryan is our closest "BIG" city, so many trips are made there. When we go, my sin is always the one that says "Casa Rod" when asked where he wants to eat.
Building is old, shabby almost in the outside. Located in a strip of older buildings in old town Bryan, one could almost see the lives of the pioneer founders in the architecture upon first glance.
We came at an off time during the week. I had the tacos, rice, and beans and my son had the tack, rice, beans, cheese enchiladas, and tamales. Everything was fantastic. The refried beans were "real" pinto beans that had been mashed and tiny pieces left where they weren't pulverized totally. They were seasoned good, little garlic taste and onion noticed. The tacos were great. Ground meat wasn't orange and greasy. Enchiladas were great as well as tamales. Sweet tea is a must. Be prepared to have leftovers. Staff was friendly, and kept drinks fresh at all times. Chips are homemade and crispy thin. Salsa is the same, not too hot but spicy enough for a kick. Definately a place to come eat many times over.
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