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The wait was a little long to be seated. As well as the wait for the food. But the place was busy. As well it should be. La Casita is one of the best Mexican restaurants in Graham county. My opinion that is. My wife's food originally was served lukewarm. They took it with no complaints and heated it. And since her meal had come out before mine originally. By the time hers was heated both our meals were served at the same time. The server never asked if we needed a refill. But once after we received our food was asked if it was fine. And it was. The beans were a little runny. Not sure if they had been thinned out to go further through the rush. But other other than that the meal was great! I recommend the place. And as always my family will be returning.
Decided to go out to dinner for Mexican. We have visited several Mexican restaurants in the Safford area and picked a new one, La Casita, this time. I ordered the combo plater #5 that came with a taco, chili relleno, and cheese and onion enchilada with rice and beans. Hubby ordered two stacked Enchiladas with red chili with two over easy eggs. Service was good. Portion size was above average, and food was good, but we do have to say it was a little bland.
I pulled in to La Casita about a quarter to 5:00 this afternoon thinking I would have one enchilada rice and beans and maybe get out of there for 10 to 12 bucks, WOW, was I wrong. They typically bring you a small bowl for salsa with a basket of chips. The salsa is not to my liking, it's like thinner than tomato juice with some heat in it and the chips were really not great either. I had noticed some of the people that went there got different salsa that had more chopped veggies in it and so I inquired with the waitress who told me that it was available and a little bit hotter than the liquid one but said she could bring me lemon because the lemon juice takes the heat out, I agreed to try it and she returned with the chips and chopped vegetable salsa. She was correct in that this salsa was definitely hotter and way closer to the salsa that I was raised with, the lemon juice helped tame it down perfectly. Within a few minutes another waitress appeared took my order and headed to the kitchen with it. 10 or 15 minutes later she appeared with a large hot platter with rice beans and a chicken enchilada that was supposed to have green sauce on it but did not. (Which in my book is a deal-breaker right there because you should get what you order or should know that they don't have it or can't do it the way you would like.) I poured some salsa on the rice and beans and ate it with the chips as a dip. In all honesty the food was pretty good. I was okay until I went to the register to pay and The woman there told me it was $22 I added the $2 tip and got out of there for just under 25 bucks for one enchilada and rice and beans. For me that was about twice what it should have cost and I mildly complained to no avail. I was told that the three enchilada meal was cheaper (WHAT??), then left and will not go back. ( I wonder if the prices at this place are the same for everyone?) With these reviews I always try to be as honest as possible.
Restaurant was dirty as could be. There was almost no service and very very long waits for simple things. Food took over an hour for 2 orders. The food was good, although by the time it came out I had lost my appetite so we instantly boxed it up. Waited well over 20 minutes just to leave as we could not get our to go order we had ordered over an hour before we tried to leave. If you don't mind waiting an absolutely ridiculous amount of time for your food it's a decent place.
We love this place so much!! The servers are so sweet. Today we had Chicken Fajitas and WOW!!! The salsa is better than any Mexican Restaurant this side of the border.
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