Day 26: Visit Fiesta Cafe Mexican Restaurant in Mechanicsville, MD

Finding good Mexican food in Southern Maryland is easier said than done.  There are plenty of places to choose from, but as a rule there are very few that I would say are actually worth eating at.  Fiesta Cafe is one of the exceptions to that rule.

Fiesta Cafe is easy to miss, it doesn’t stand out from the exterior, but the typical facade hides a tasty and affordable dining opportunity for those in the know.  For less than $15 (plus tip) I left Cafe Fiesta full and very satisfied.  I was expecting to pay more in all honesty, but their menu prices are very affordable, an attractive feature in the current economic times.

The meal itself was excellent.  I tried their burrito, taco, and quesadilla combo.  There were no frills, just authentic Mexican cooking made fresh.  The wait staff was also excellent, you never had to ask for a refill on drinks, or salsa, and you never felt as though you were being ignored which is a welcome relief from the larger chain restaurants in Southern Maryland.

I think I was most impressed by the dessert options, I opted for the Sopapillas, and I was pleasantly rewarded by the sugary concoction they placed in front of me, it was drizzled with chocolate and honey sauce, coated with sugar and topped with whipped cream and sprinkles.  Nothing fancy, but very tasty.  I highly recommend you check them out!

Find Them on Facebook:

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Fiesta-Cafe/137801576250295?v=wall

Website:

http://www.fiestacafemd.com/

Address:

28255 Three Notch Road
Mechanicsville, MD, 20659

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  1. Dear Jon,
    We own Fiesta Cafe and want to thank you so much for visiting our restaurant. We really appreciate the feedback and are excited that you enjoyed the food. We are first time business owners and we learn something new still everyday as we approach our second year in business in February. Southern Maryland is a wonderful place to live and visit. I (Cindy) was born and raised here while Temo immigrated from Mexico and is still adjusting to the cold weather. We do have a great staff and chef in the kitchen, who insists on homemade recipes with fresh ingredients. We are so happy that you stopped by our little cafe. If you stop in again, please ask for Temo so that he can shake your hand!

    Most sincerely,
    Cindy & Temo Amezcua

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