Not a huge Mexican food eater but, enjoyed this very much, friendly helpful staff with good service.
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We stopped by necessity, I've been back three times by choice. The food is amazing and the wait staff is friendly and prompt. We pass by that way a lot, everyone who has stopped by is of the same opinion- we wish it was closer....More
We stopped at LA Hacienda on a road trip from Montgomery, AL to the D.C. area. Although it was close to closing time we were greeted with a smile and we're not hurried while we placed our order. The food was delicious, hot and freshly...More
We chose to enjoy lunch at La Haciendo on Cindo de Mayo. I was disappointed when we walked in, as it was a loud restaurant with a main area and a second dining room section to the left. Our expectations were not met. We tried...More
We seem to always go in the afternoon. This time it was a Saturday night and their game was definitely stepped up. Hot, fresh chips.Guacamole prepared at the table with 2 different salsas. I usually don't venture too far off the trail for an entree...More
The food here is prepared very fresh and presented well. Prices are reasonable, and portions are large. However the place can be very crowded and very loud, specially with live music. Not a place for a quiet dinner for sure. Service was fast enough.
I like this restaurant mainly for the light and flakey chips served with the salsa. Please do not change the chips! I drive 25 minutes to eat here because all the Mexican restaurants in my town serve yucky thick, hard chips that are brown (not...More
Expected a typical American Mexican meal. Went in just because it was across the street from the Hampton where I was staying, and wanted a quick dinner. Really pleased with the experience. The food was not your typical american version, but very mexican. WIll return...More