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Posted by Lisa on 06/06/2015
We were looking for something different and this was it! Not your typical Mexican restaurant, it is authentic, one of a kind. The service was outstanding. The servers and owner take pride in their food! The atmospher is nice and enjoyed the history of the namesake. We will be back.
Posted by louise p. on 02/15/2015
My husband and I just had another wonderful meal at Casa Frida. We live in South Miami, but don't mind the drive for a special treat. After reading some of the other reviews we had wondered if the food could have changed that much from the first time that we ate here. Well I'm glad to say it is just as good or should I say great as we remembered and the service was perfect. In fact, I don't know if I should be saying this but, they made me something that was on the weekday lunch menu even though it Sunday. Now that makes you feel valued. I hope we make the trip again soon because there are not too many good Mexican restaurants around and this is one of the best. I hope you give it a try, I'm sure you will see just how good it is.
Posted by chuleta00 on 07/29/2014
As a Mexican, I definitively recommend this place!! Food is really authentic,not a tex-mex place. Can wait to go back!!
Posted by luigi on 06/27/2014
By the time I finished my Casa Frida fajitas, I was mentally composing a review. After a waiter cleared the outside table where I sat because I had my Shih Tzu, I waited 15 minutes before telephoning the restaurant to ask for a check. The man who answered the phone didn't understand English, so I asked in Spanish for the check. The same man who had taken the order slammed the ticket on the table without apology. I asked what he called the salsa (picadillo) that was on the fajita plate; he asked why. "Because it's the only decent thing on the plate," I replied. The fajitas were tough; the guacamole was non descript. The salsa and green chili sauce for tortillas was the most tasteless I've ever encountered, and the tortillas were like cardboard. I sampled Mexican wine that the original waiter touted and found it undrinkable. I opted for the house red wine. The waiter didn't clarify that he could offer three red house wines, and the one I got ($6) was only marginally better than the Mexican one I couldn't drink. (My receipt shows it was cabernet without an indication of its origin.) The bill came to $21.95 before tax; I was charged $15.95 for steak fajitas, though the menu shows them at $12. I can only surmise that Casa Frida once was much better than the experience I had today. Some menu items sound great, but I thought fajitas couldn't be ruined. I was super hungry. I wouldn't consider returning to this place.
Posted by Ingrit Garcia on 05/07/2014
My husband is Mexican and it's really hard for him to find an authentic Mexican restaurant in South Florida. Casa Frida has authentic Mexican food and a friendly atmosphere. Every time we go there we're greeted from the moment we walk in the door and the owners will stop by our table to make sure everything is good. I'll definitely recommend!
Posted by Marta Towers on 05/01/2014
I love Mexican food, but this the most disappointing experience I ever had. The servants there are really rude, the customer is not being valued. the servants really try to make good money by bringing an expensive bottled water for you when you don't ask for it, by bringing an extra stuff (like guacamole) that is not being ordered. At the end they surprise you with the bill.
Posted by P barry on 04/24/2014
The food was very good but the patron was insulting. When I eft a ten percent tip the waiter came back for more. Not nice at all.