Cancun Fiesta Fresh
3959 Broadway Blvd, Kansas City, MO 64111
Phone: (816) 561-1175
Parking: Street, Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Groups: No
Good for Kids: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Alcohol: Full Bar, No
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
The food is actually okay huge portions but lacks in flavor pretty bland if you ask me also cust service when you call is terrible and delivery driver act like you owe him something and runined the amazing day he was having by having to stop and do his job... also they always forget something be it a fork or straw your going to be shorted something just make sure you have the odds and ends covered when you order :)
Wow! Finally! a Mexican resturant that has delivery. Which by the way was pretty speedy. The food arrived hot & was fabulous! The price was moderate; any less $$ & it would have been circumspest, any more & I wouldn't have ordered. Discovering this little gem in westport made my nite!
12/05/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Authentic Mexican food, super fresh. Specialty de la casa: Street Tacos, Big Burritos, Fish Tacos, Shrimp Tacos and Combination plates they also have free delivery
iI found more stuff on the internet i highly recommend this Mexican Restaurant. the service is great and the food test just like if you were in Mexico.
-If you've ever gone through a fast-food restaurant drive-through after a night of bar-hopping looking for a meat-and-grease fix, you might be surprised at how the scene has changed. These days Westport partiers go for authentic street tacos at Cancun Fiesta Fresh, a spare, boxy space conveniently located just across the street from the Beaumont Club and open until midnight most nights or until 3:30 a.m. on weekends.
A flier says Cancun is ""Fast & Pronto"" and ""Owned by Mexicans. Operated by Jalapeno and Habanero Brothers.""
Cancun Fiesta Fresh serves tacos that are priced moderately at $1.75 per regular taco and $2.25 for soft flour, fish or shrimp tacos. Tuesdays the deal gets even better: all tacos cost a $1.00 apiece.
The street tacos were terrific. They were served each time with a few sliced radishes, one pickled carrot and quartered limes. The street tacos were available in seven fillings and served two ways.
They were either in warm corn tortillas, stuffed with a filling of choice and sprinkled with chopped cilantro and jalapeno, or they were in hard corn shells filled to please and topped with shredded lettuce.
Both taco styles were good. The soft corn tacos had the most heat (from the jalapenos) and the hard shells had a nice crunch.
The adovada (barbequed beef) filled taco was delicious and consistently good. It was morsels of exciting chili-spiced beef that had a tender texture and divine taste