I've only tried breakfast, but it's always been tasty. From papas con huevos to chilaquiles to pancakes and eggs. Service is friendly and relatively quick. Their cafe de la olla is not to be missed!
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It is located in a strip mall but don't let the setting turn you away. The local area is lacking for options, so it's a solid choice. I just wasn't blown away by my carne asada tacos. The service was fine and my colleague said his burrito was good.
Poor girl, running the place by herself at 5PM. She did great, but give her a break. Food was ok, nothing to complain about, but not really much different than a any other mexican restaurant, and less than most. I had a bean and cheese enchilada, with beans and rice. The chips and salsa were very good. Service would be... More
It's authentic Mexican food - and quite a lot! I went before the recent owner change and it was a great place for a lunch break! The verde sauce on the carne asada was wonderful. This used to be a monthly go to place, but I haven't had a chance to check it out since the owner change. I did... More
I'm a regular and I'm a picky eater, but they serve authentic Mexican food and at a great price. Try there michaladas, with the enchilada and carne asana. Good combo.
Great food and affordable prices, the restaurant is not very fancy as far as decorations but cozy and you feel welcomed. The servers are all accommodating with nice smile.
This restaurant has zero curb appeal as it sits in a humble and unkempt strip mall with the Goodwill store as the main anchor. But walk into a cheerful and warmly laid out space. Everything here from the chips and salsa to the hand painted murals feels homemade and like a well run family operation The salsas margaritas and tortillas... More
nice quit clean, prices are well in range, we enjoy all meals here breakfest lunch dinner. parking could be better
We walked in and got seated right away. we where serve hot sauce and chips right after we sat down. There are not many Mexican food places around, and this place makes some great food just like home made.
Lots of food for the price. I never thought that you could go wrong with Mexian food, but some restaurants do go wrong, but Casa Jiminez is a neighborhood restaurant that we frequent all the time and they never go wrong. Love their homemade albondiga soup and caldo de res (beef soup).
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