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- Lakewood Hills, Central Dallas
Mexico Lindo Restaurant
Restaurante Mexico Lindo
Mexico Lindo Restaurant Mexico
- Mexican Restaurants, Caterers
- Other Information:
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Cuisines: Family Style, Mexican, Latin American
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
Posted: 5/7/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I visited this restaurant for the first time with my parents a few weeks ago. I have tried many Mexican restaurants and I LOVED it . I ordered the chicken fajita quesadillas. my mouth is just watering as i type. They put some type of cheese in there so when you bite into the quesadilla you can taste the chicken and cheese.... Yum!!! Beans and rice were very authentic. Felt like i was eating at a relatives house the food was so authentic ( I'm mexican decent) the Chips and salsa were very good too. I'm taking my husband tonight so he can try it! Can't wait!!
Posted: 10/20/2009Provided by Citysearch -
We ate here tonight. We had passed it for ages, and were excited to try it. The place was pretty empty when we got there. There was only one couple anywhere near us. Music wasn't loud, so I was happy. First, my hubby ordered tea, and they just brought waters. He let it ride, though. They brought out tasty chips and salsa, and after we ordered, they brought two tortillas with butter and another sauce. Very yummy. Hubby's been trying to find good caldo de res, so that's what he ordered. I got a beef fajita torta. The broth and veggies in his soup were good, but he said the meat tasted old. This is a man I joke would happily eat shoe leather. My torta was ok, but I guess I've been spoiled by other places. This one had no cheese, no ham, and the fajita meat was just ok. The biggest flavor was the mayo. The bread was good, though. Waitress took forever to clear us out. She never brought our check, so I don't know if they charged us for the tea or not. She just took my hubby's credit card, and (finally) brought the slip to sign. It might just have been a bad night, but we won't be eating there again.
Posted: 6/14/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I just returned from Mexico Lindo, and the music was exactly as a previous poster describes. We certainly did not stay for dessert. Why would they amplify it to concert levels and not restaurant background music levels? Conversation was impossible (not to mention the fact that he was badly out of tune and not good enough to notice that fact). The food was fine, though I have to try something from their large seafood menu next time to see if I can find something that truly stands out.
Posted: 1/5/2009Provided by Citysearch -
The service was adequate. My ceviche was undistinguished.
The musical accompaniment was horribly over-amped for a dining establishment and the results from when he strolled the tables resembled a scene from an ?I Love Lucy? show. When he would break into a ear-piercing vocal within a few feet of your back, it was enough to make me choke on my chimichanga. My near-deaf Hispanic mother-in-law commented on the excessive volume.