Good Mexican food in a casual atmosphere. Fish tacos were not the best I've had but, nonetheless, very good. Good stop for a hungry traveler heading along PCH through central California.
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Came to Cambria after visiting Hearst castle and decided on Medusa's. It was exactly what I needed. Good ole fish tacos with rice and beans. Very well done, definitely hit the spot! Come here if you're looking for some home-cooked Mexican food
They serve authentic mexican food with vegetarian and vegan options, but be sure to insist on NO CHEESE if you order a vegan option. Guacamole made without mayo.
Catering to the surrounding area, this place offers Americanized Mexican food.. if that makes any sense. We all had breakfast which was decent. Its a very small space and a bit cramped, but it serves it purpose. The locals seem to like the place. Saw...More
I wrote a review of Medusa's two years ago. Tonight, my wife & I dined there again. I later discovered that, very coincidentally, we had ordered the very same items on each visit and had nearly the same experience and same opinions of the food,...More
We have a tradition of Mexican food Wednesday's...so we picked one that sounded like a solid alternative to our normal 'joint'. Beef taco and enchilada combo was good...nice rice and beans. Carnitas chimichanga was fabulous! We'll be back!
A small authentic mexican restaurant with excellent food. The interior is decorated with many little artifacts (like the tortoise salt & pepper shaker holder at our table) which give the place a unique / hip-eclectic look. Definitely not cookie-cutter accoutrements like you see in many...More
We were in Cambria for one night on our way up to San Francisco and had dinner here. It was so tasty, the staff were very friendly and the price was very good! Would definitely recommend!
Our tour of the Hearst Castle (a few miles north of Cambria, California) ended around 1:30 and we were hungry. My wife found Medusa's on her phone and the reviews were good, so we gave it a try. It's a charming but unpretentious little place...More