Holie frijoles! I was hungry for Mexican soup. I had heard several people mentioned La Casona for good Mexican food. Will I looked it up on trip advisor and they had the wrong address. They moved two years ago to hwy-59 & 36 in the...More
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The food was great! The service was prompt, courteous, and attentive. And prices are VERY reasonable. Just GO! But bring your stretchy pants because the portions are generous and it is so good that you won't want to stop. Great...now I want to go again.
These people do a good job of preparing Mexican food. The prices are not out of line and the service is usually very good. They often get busy since they are one of the better places in town to eat.
I had eaten at La Casona in 2016; the food was delicious and the service excellent. This time, however, I was alone and wanted to order carry-out to take back to my hotel room. Even though they were super-busy (I visited around 6:45 pm), the...More
Went to La Casona for a Classmate meeting..Hard to pick from all the great selections. We had the Enchilladas and they were great. And is a big Restautant and would be great for a group.. We had 20 in our group and the service was...More
We their for a family event. The restaurant has plenty of food. The wait staff were very friendly and jovial. Chips and salsa are free which is a nice touch since they seem to charge for those in most places. The food was excellent. Very...More
So we wanted Mexican and this place was within walking distance. Keep walking. We were seated immediately! Very nice - and that's where it ended. We counted as any as 13 employees standing around, but yet waited to the point of frustration to be served....More
Our group of 13 (including 5 children) arrived about 11:30 a.m. They quickly arranged seating for us and brought chips, queso, salsa, and individual plates to the table. We ordered from the lunch menu, and most of our meals cost less than $8. One family...More
I met friends here for dinner. The food was delicious and the service excellent, but the mariachi music was so loud that we had trouble talking to each other.
This was our favorite TexMex place in the Richmond/Rosenberg area for over 10 years before they moved. Now it is not really convenient for us and some of the ambiance of the original location was lost in the move. We have gone at lunch a...More