We love coming to El Fenix! The margaritas and chips are the best! We ordered fajitas and were stuffed. The service is also always top notch. Definitely a must stop when you're in DFW!
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Really enjoyed Fenix. Good food served quickly. The service was great as well. The guac was amazing to start. Enchiladas were delicious. Wrapped up with a lone sopapilla as I didn't have much room left! Walking distance from most of the hotels downtown so it's...More
Worst restaurant experience, ever. We arrived around 4 pm on Mother's Day. Waited in line for about 15 min to get to the host. All of the parties that were ahead of us were seated immediately after talking to the host. When it was our...More
We were in town for a family funeral and wanted to honor our loved one with dinner at her favorite restaurant. I called at 3pm to make reservations for 25people and they were very accommodating. The wait staff was excellent and the food was delicious...More
I called to make reservations & I was told since its Cinco de Mayo they weren't taking reservations. I asked if they had outside seating & he said no. My cousin later told me that they do on the roof. When we got there it...More
Great authentic atmosphere. My only complaint is that the queso is yellow, and I really like whit queso sauce. I ordered on a recommendation from my waiter the steak burrito with half chili and half queso. It was delicious. the best part is the fresh...More
Traditional Tex-Mex with very crispy fresh chips, great salsa. I had the chili relleno. Pepper a little unripe. Filling sparse. Very tasty. Great sauces. Good service. Great brewed iced tea.
This is our college prep programs 2nd visit after a cultural field trip to the Perot Museum of Nature and Science. Yes, they were expecting us but that does not always ensure a smooth dining experience. Gabriel Padilla and his incredible staff did an amazing...More
Restaurants come and go, but this one stays. I went here after my senior prom (a long time ago in a previous century). It was great then and it still is now. Tex-Mex at it's finest. The Martinez family did it right. Love the chips...More
It wasn't bad. Just very bland and very generic. After hearing how this was such a famous landmark restaurant I had high hopes. I brought out of town guests and I actually had to apologize to them after we left. I had promised classic Tex-Mex,...More