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All things considering it was not bad. I like it, my wife did not. We had the Fajitas, to share. I am from the Southwest, any Mexican food is going to have a hard time meeting high expectations, But for Kentucky I would go back.
When you can’t pick a favorite between the food and staff at a wonderful restaurant, you know you’ve discovered amazing place worthy of many meals, and we were grateful to be able to enjoy such here. We are back home in St. Louis, and I...really miss this place and its staff.More
This place try's to be a high end place in a small town!! Food was way over priced and the sides were way over priced and staff was not able to understand simple questions in english. Food was ok just not a very good visit!!
Happened upon this Mexican restaurant while on a road trip through Kentucky. Had the 4 enchiladas plate (no beans & rice!) and the basic margarita. Hubby had the fish tacos and a beer in a giant chilled mug. Great food & drink! The margarita is...the best I’ve ever had for the price. Bonus: the staff is incredible and the music is authentic and fun.More
Friends had visited Garcia’s several years back and recommended it for dinner. Three couples in all, my wife and I had a beef chimichanga and beef enchiladas, respectively. We weren’t disappointed, the beef was tender and shredded, not just ground burger.The salsa was great too....Our friends enjoyed a huge fajita platter and tacos, all delicious!More
We were seated immediately in a booth in the large cheerful room. Because of dividers around the room, it was difficult to tell how many people were there at that time. Our glasses of iced tea were brought with chips and salsa that tasted homemade...with lots of cilantro. My husband and I shared one of two fajitas for two offered on the extensive menu. This one included chicken, shrimp, beef, and pork. After eating all we wanted, we took home enough food for another large meal for one. The dinner included 6 tortillas, rice, black beans, guacamole, salsa and sour cream. Considering the amount of meat, some people might have wanted a couple more tortillas. One bite of chicken was a little chewy; otherwise, all the meat was tender and well seasoned. The menu included traditional Mexican dishes with vegetarian options, salads and steaks. Our waiter was attentive and offered to-go boxes. The only negative which my husband and I noticed was the music that was too loud to be called background music.More