Used to be good food but has gone down hill in a big way small dishes of food just not as good as it used to be hope they get back to the they had last year
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Stopped on after strolling the walkway between Rotary Park and London Bridge for a quick afternoon snack. Great decor. Fantastic selection of food. Walked out stuffed. Wife and I both had their Margarita on the rocks !!!! Whoowie.... glad we walked there and didn't have...More
Casa Serrano has been my go-to for Mexican food in Lake Havasu City for over 10 years I believe. Living in the very heart of Mexican Food Paradise, I know what good Mexican food is, and I so wish Casa Serrano was located in Tucson!...More
We have eaten at Serrano's on many occasions both in large and small groups. The food and service are great. We recommend taking in a movie and enjoying a great Mexican meal afterwards.
really enjoyed our meal at casa serrano. Service was quick, the salsa was very tasty and my desert burrito was very good.
Maybe I ordered the wrong thing, but the carne asada wasn't very good. No spices and tough...the chili rellano had a soggy egg batter. Also, frozen margarita was watery and couldn't taste any alcohol in it. Not a very good meal. The only good part...More
We are frequent visitors. Now they are charging $.99 for the bean dip that used to be included with the chips. Their soups are now bland. On the taco bar they sometimes have mango salsa (the best) but it is hit and miss lately. My...More
Recommended by London Bridge Resort staff and was awesome. Great prices, huge portions, lots of free salsa and chips and beans. Couldn't eat it all, but tried hard to.
Love the look of the restaurant, love the atmosphere, love the food. Especially good is the going green enchiladas with spinach. Yummy! This is a family owned and operated group of restaurants in the area. Such good food you can't go wrong here. Vegetarian or...More
I haven't been there in a while and don't plan to go ever again. I went and they had started charging for chips after the first bowl - we had five people in the group and the 1st bowl was smaller than a cereal bowl....More