Would recommend the shrimp fajitas - we came here for lunch- good was good and the service was acceptable.
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I should of taken a picture of our carne asada. The place is nice decor temperature is perfect. The colors and cleanliness is impressive. The server Diana was very professional and her clean and crisp not over done make up and simple clean manicure gave...More
I'll start with the food. We ordered lunch, mahi fish taco and spinach cheese enchilada. Both dishes came with rice and beans. To start the custom is to serve taco chips with salsa. The chips were thin and crispy and the salsa was flavorful only...More
We went on a quiet week night and were seated immediately. The decor is done well and the environment was relaxing. The wait staff was pleasant and efficient. Our waiter, David, gave us suggestions and has us try both the hot and mild salsa with...More
Great food and small price. No wonder the parking lot is full all the time and they have to have another one across the street. We got the lunch portion tacos and had salsa and chips too. Bill with tip and all was under $25...More
Thanks David! We appreciate you dining with us and hope to see you again soon!
The move last year to the Beck Avenue location gave a new exciting venue for the Los Antojitos regulars and probably opened it up to more out of town visitors. The spacious rooms (and optional patio) provide opportunities for more intimate meal time conversations that...More
I don't eat there as often since they moved, but the food is good & the atmosphere is very modern for a Mex. Place...
Started with great, refreshing drink deals, followed by tasty warm chips and decent salsa, then pretty darn good food in darn good portions. While I can think of better beach towns than PCB, any revisit would warrant a return to Los Antojitos.
Good location in St. Andrews village area. Service was exceptional, food not so much. Chips were good and hot but salsa was runny with no pulp. Cheese dip was very good. My shredded beef Chimichanga was good but dry. It needed more of the avacado...More