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La Fiesta isn’t far from my house, and I’ve toyed with the idea of eating there for a while.  However, Guadalajara is down the street, and so for easy, quick eating near home, I always go to Guadalajara.  And, after trying La Fiesta, I am going to continue to go to Guadalajara.  While La Fiesta wasn’t awful, it was just mediocre.  Te begin with, La Fiesta lacked in the way of atmosphere.  A simple, Tex-Mex dive is always welcome, but La Fiesta was just uneventful.

Inside La Fiesta Restaurant

We started with Chili con Queso (small $3.95; large $5.95).  The Queso was actually pretty good.  Traditional melted cheese.  No frills.   Pure melty goodness.

Chili con Queso

We also ordered the Chicken Fajita Nachos ($8.95 full order).   No pizazz in this dish.   No bold flavors.  Just bland-ness.  Chicken and beans didn’t speak to me.  They didn’t contain seasoning or spices.   However, the guac tasted fresh.   Fresh, ripe avacados.

Chicken Fajita Nachos

I ordered the Tacos al Carbon ($8.95) – 2 flour tortillas with Chicken Fajita meat and guacamole salad.   The chicken tasted like it had been frozen before hand.  No seasoning whatsoever either.  No big flavor.  No pow.  It was dull.  Again, the guac was yummy, though.

Tacos al Carbon

In closing, La Fiesta was fine.  But, I like more than “fine.”  I like more than middle of the road.  I like pow, pizzaz, deliciousness, yumminess, delectable, and lucious.    I didn’t find those adjectives at La Fiesta.

La Fiesta Restaurant
9427 Katy Freeway
Houston, Texas 77024

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