Great service,great salsa.
Bar service was awesome,mad a mean mixed drink.Salsa was fresh,cilantro and garlic were fresh and tasty,making me want to lick the salsa dish,no really.
Fajitas were good too,but they needed more fresh veggies Also the sides were a little bland,again needing more veggies.
Would go back for sure,and I will be back for the excellent service as well. Our waiter changed a light bulb above our table for us after it started to flicker so that we could enjoy our meal in peace.A nice touch on a nice evening
Good Lunch Specials.
We go to la fiesta all the time for lunch and love it. They have a huge burrito special that's only $5.50 and they have good tortilla chips.
I think the review by the mom paying $9 for quesadillas is hilarious. I guess you should start checking on the price before ordering off the menu. I wouldn't expect a sit-down, table service restaurant to have prices like taco bell (if that's where they have 99 cent quesadillas)
If you like faux-Mexican food that is smothered in cheese and canned sauces a la Chi-Chi's, please eat here. Don't expect fresh food or flavors like cilantro (except a few pieces dropped into your canned salsa).
Family friendly, courteous, prompt service, good tasting food. Clean and fun decor..
glad we went and ignored the negative review posted. our family had a positive experience and a good tasting meal. I recommend the spinach enchilada and the crab burrito. Kids liked the children's menu just fine.
La Fiesta is a party you don't want to attend.
Avoid this place at all costs. We paid $35 for four cheese quesadillas. Why? Nothing on the kids menu appealed to our kids so we asked the waiter if they could make some cheese quesadillas for the kids. He said nothing of the fact that they charge the full, regular price (nearly $9.00) no matter what toppings it has on it. The $9 quesadilla gets you beef or chicken. Ours had only cheese and nothing elsenot even beans or rice on the side. One (1!) tortilla, some cheese folded over. That's it. For nearly $9 a piece. You would think the waiter would have the sense to mention that we were paying out the nose for these CHEESE quesadillas when we ordered two more for our hungry kids. We tried to reason with the manager who not only was not sympathetic to our situation, but actually smirked and laughed at us. We were as polite and diplomatic about it as possible but he would not consider how ridiculous it was to pay nearly $9 for a cheese quesadilla (again: ONE tortilla and some cheese). The manager finally took half off of one of the quesadillas. Hardly adequate. Consider a couple other Mexican restaurants: One charges $4.25 for a cheese quesadilla, rice and beans, dessert and drink. Another charges 95 cents (yes, CENTS) for a cheese quesadilla. And if it weren't for the ridiculously overpriced cheese quesadilla, I would still only give La Fiesta a moderate rating. The rest of the food was fair but not great. And it seems strange to pay $10.25 for a platter with two cheese enchiladas, a taco (with rice and beans) but only a dollar or so less than that for one CHEESE QUESADILLA. Even had the manager lowered the price to $5.00 each we would have been (relatively) happy but we still would have paid $20 for four (4!) tortillas with cheese on them. The bottom line: !Avoid La Fiesta!