Best place to go for Margs and a great time. Food is fast almost too fast. Wait staff very helpful. My favorite place to go with my friends.
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My family orders the same thing every time we go, and the price is always different. The owner/manager just hits the buttons and charges whatever he wants. When I ask for an itemized receipt, he can't speak English. This place is a rip off. Food...More
The waiter was very on top of things. The food however was sub par. My chicken fajita meat had an odd taste, i think it may have been cooked next to the kids cheeseburger or something because tasted like burnt beef grease.
We frequent Casa Fiesta about once a month when we want to stay on budget and something quick. We enjoy free chips and salsa and our food arrives very fast and nice and hot. They have a back room for larger groups as well.
Enjoy complimentary salsa and chips as you brouse the menu. Choose from an extensive menu of the all the traditional Mexican dishes, prepared and served hot in nice size portions by friendly people. Nice simple Mexican atmosphere
I visit Burlington Iowa several times a year... each time I get taken to Casa Fiesta... Each visit has been a good experience.... big, strong Margaritas... lots of crispy chips on arrival... good salsa... and Fantastic Shrimp Fajitas! The service is not particularly friendly, but...More
So I've been to this restaurant several times. I come here with my fiancé on a regular basis for lunch. Generally, the wait staff are very friendly. Having grown up in South Texas, and knowing Spanish, I was surprised to note that after the pleasantries...More
After being seated between two tables of eight. Mostly kids. We were begrudgingly moved (per request) to another area. Moving to the door would have been better. Chips and salsa. That's where the meal ended. Ordered a steak chimi. The usual sides. Wife had a...More
The restaurant seemed very promising at first, it was clean and there was a good selection of items on the menu. But my meal was imitation crab bits rolled in a stale corn tortilla and doused with what tasted like plain tomato sauce. The tacos...More