It was good, but not worth the money at all..
We found this restaurant by using City Search so I wanted to give a review right away. I had some pretty great expectations from the previous reviews, mine is not quite as favorable. Most reviews mentioned generous portions and fair prices.......
The location was easy to find and had plenty of parking and we were able to get a table right away, it was not very busy on a Monday night. I took my wife and two daughters.
We started with the Supreme Nachos at $9, and was expecting a $9 Super Nacho like we are used to at other Mexican establishments. The Nachos were tiny, and were gone in just a few minutes. They were good however, just WAY to small for the price.
The four dinners we ordered were also quite small in comparison to the competition, in fact I am not sure why other diners had rated the portions generous. With a dinner plates ranging from $9-$14 it at first seemed very fair, but you could say the prices barely cut it for what you get, again in comparison to other establishments.
The waitress was very nice, as was the manager / possibly owner. The service was very good. The setting itself was not really nice, but not bad either. It was very clean and comfortable.
Dinner for two adults and two kids (14 and 10) with a 20% tip came to a whopping $87.00. Only $20 short of a decent dinner at the Olive Garden, which we would have preferred a million times over.
Not going to be one of our favorite places, there are much better Mexican places in town for half the price. The food is good though, the staff friendly, but we joked on the way out that we might need to stop at Taco Time on the way home if we didn't get full.
An old-fashioned neighborhood place where uninspired food is balanced by friendly service.. The Scene Casually decorated, this building has been home to Mexican food for many years. Green wrought-iron atop walls of stucco divides the main dining room into smaller spaces, through which waitresses move quickly, creating an air that's friendly and attentive. The brightly lit interior has appeal for families and single diners, but it's not the place for romance.
The Food Large platters of food have little more than size to recommend them. Tacos, enchiladas and burritos are predictable, down to fairly bland Mexican rice and cheese-topped refried beans that accompany them. Even the house specialty burrito -- bean or beef smothered in chili verde -- has more tortilla than filling. Chili verde is also disappointing: tiny cubes of pork in a sauce that tastes like canned chilies. Select instead a dish that highlights the notable flour tortillas -- made fresh and served warm -- like chicken or beef fajitas or soft flour tacos. Traditional flan and sopapillas served with honey will satisfy any sweet tooth.
the best mexi food nobody has tried!!.
if your looking for chili verde in slc don antonios is a must .. warm atmosphere freindly service and the best darn mexican eats in the city... i wont go anywhere else ... 5 ****