Tiny, friendly restaurant. The best chicken soup I’ve ever tasted and a nice variety of entrees. Lovely!
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We have driven past this place, going elsewhere while living in Asheville, but have never stopped in to try it. We decided to make it our place for lunch this Saturday. We saw the big sign on Merrimon Ave for Cecilia’s Kitchen and pulled in...More
Stopped in for lunch with my wife to avoid the fast food rut. The Argentine soup was especially good.
We drive by this place in North Asheville two or three times a day. I finally stopped in on a recent Sunday afternoon and was so very pleasantly surprised. There was only one person working so it took a little while to get the drinks...More
Had lunch here today - we've eaten many many times in the sister restaurant in nearby Black Mountain, the food was the same - just perfect but an awkward space and not much atmosphere. Will certainly continue to recommend both locations and food quality being...More
Delicious Latin food + fantastic crepes and soups too! Local and fresh at a value price. We will definitely go back here now that we finally discovered this local gem in our N AVL n'hood. One tip: Parking is limited, so you might need to...More
I’ve been eating at Cecilias for years. She has great tamales, crepes and amazing soups. Cuisine is a blend of French/Argentine, and its all made from local ingredients. Staff is friendly and won’t laugh at your bad Spanish (like mine). A local gem in North...More
The chicken empanadas were delicious. It came with a very fresh salad, the greens were great. I also tried the lentil vegetable coconut curry soup which was very filling and appetizing. It came with an interesting bread lined with cheese. I was disappointed by the...More
A very casual and small space for dining. Parking is limited. The menu features tamales, a Cuban sandwich, crepes, and more. The items I noted are what we had for our lunch and were very pleased! I very rarely get sweets when dining out, but...More
We went based on the recommendations of our realtor and were not disappointed. It is an extremely casual place to grab a quick hot meal. Cecilia is from Argentina and her husband from France. As a result she has everything from empanada's (baked, not fried),...More