Fiesta Del Mar
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Posted: 1/4/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Been there several times and really like it. However the lines can be long on busy days, which is almost every day at peak times so I have tried and really like their online ordering to avoid the lines. see the feistadelmar web site or dashorder I recommend both the food and the quick online ordering to avoid lines.
Posted: 5/11/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Fiesta Del Mar is a neighborhood mexican restaurant that doesn't serve average fair. So if you are looking for over-cheesed fried taquitos -- you won't get it there. If you are looking for great shrimp dishes, enchiladas and friendly service-- you've gone to the right place. They also have the best chicken soup! Their selection of margaritas and taquilas is extensive. This is a casual family restaurant. My hunch is that those who don't like it-- might be better off at El Torrito.
Posted: 7/25/2006Provided by Citysearch -
The SHRIMP are a must here - any of them will do. Large butterfly shrimp cooked perfectly tender and served with salad and cheese over rice and piping hot! I know the traditional dishes aren't so traditional, so that's up to the goer's taste, i.e. the enchilada's have a heart stopping optional cream sauce. Margarita list was great, but the drink was OK. The staff were OK. The place is a very casual atmosphere, which is great... but I wouldn't go in hot weather. It was in the 90's and HOTTER in the restaurant than outside. A fan would do them wonders.
Posted: 2/14/2006Provided by Citysearch -
I have friends who love the various seafood dishes this Mexican restaurant offers. I always come the intent of trying them out. The reality is that I usually get the Chicken Enchiladas Enjococado which is a sour-cream based sauce with guajillo chilies. Think mole sauce combined w/sour cream. Hard to go wrong. And speaking of mole sauce -- they make their own. Lots of chips, three kinds of salsa, good service. Some day I may try a different dish.
Posted: 7/22/2005Provided by Citysearch -
When I used to work in Mt. View, I came here at least once e ery 2 weeks for lunch. I highly recommend their enjococado burritos and their mole poblano burritos....both huge and full of lots of moist chicken with delicious sauces. The refried beans on the side with melted cheese are fabulous too! This family run business has NEVER failed to deliver great food and impeccable, friendly, fast service. I miss it. Now I only get to drop by once or twice a year.