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“Disappointed”
Review of Casa Ramos

Casa Ramos
Cuisines: Mexican
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Reviewed 5 September 2016

Food was not of the quality expected, for a place citing "Authentic. Mexican Food". Huge disappointment, over priced. WILL NOT eat here again ....

Thank CI R
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Reviewed 24 August 2016

We met family at Casa Ramos for lunch. Our hotel was right next store so it was very convenient location to meet up. The service was great and they came out and sang happy birthday to my grandson. It was awesome! The food was great! Cute place!

Thank MJV88
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Reviewed 14 July 2016 via mobile

Business trip to the area and stopped here for dinner after a long day. Staff was nice, servers were attentive. Food was good. Had the shredded beef and pork chimichanga. Very good and portions were large

Thank Tina S
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Reviewed 30 June 2016

The service and food at this restaurant is great. Both times that I have visited I have had prompt service and way too much food. The margarita is large and much needed

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Reviewed 27 June 2016

We've been to Casa Ramos several times. Casa Ramos has a good menu, the servers are nice and the food has consistently been good, with only the occasional exception, which was always addressed promptly. I'm a fan of the molcajete, which is a somewhat unusual dish on Mexican restaurant menus and is served with tortillas, beans, rice, etc. to make your own little tacos, however the flavors come through better eating it like a stew, without the tortilla. I've also tried the seafood molcajete, but I find the beef/chicken version better. The hubby is a fan of their huge burritos, especially the macho burrito and the seafood burrito. The plates are large, the prices are reasonable and there are always plenty of chips and salsa.

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Thank psaltry
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