Good food, good service, and an interesting place. Yep, when I am up that way again, I will stop in.
1 - 10 of 59 reviews
Definitely not an authentic Mexican place. Portions are just large sloppy comfort American-sort-of-trying-to-do-Mexican dishes. Either they were crazily understaffed or had slightly too much faith in their servers & gave them larger sections than they should've had. The host at the door (large, friendly man),...More
I read other reviews and if I would agree the food has really declined. The nachos were good although we had to ask our server 3 times for sour cream. We ordered the seafood platter and what was suppose to be the enchilada dinner. Instead...More
We have been dining at Desi's for over 20 years, but recently (past 2-3 year) the quality of food has declined precipitously. Friends, who we used to dine with, will no longer eat at Desi's. Good luck finding any meat in their beef burritos and...More
We always stop here when we go quadding or snowmobiling on the trails. It is very easy access off the trails, and they have great food! Haven't had anything there that I have not liked. Highly recommend the taco salad.
Kinda dim and chockful of trinkets and memorabilia...not your suburban Applebees for sure. And that's the charm. Authentic, both good and bad. The good -- lot of variety, good food, and cheap. The bad -- waitress warned us of fart issues with beans. Not best...More
I went here on a strong recommendation from the locals. The restaurant is a historical staple. The staff is very friendly. The menu is huge but that may not be a good thing. The food is large portions but not outstanding. Very American deep fried...More
I wouldn't refer to this as a Mexican restaurant, however, their Mexican food is DELICIOUS. Tastes more authentic in my opinion than some 'authentic' Mexican restaurants. Cozy, dim atmosphere. Lots to look at! I am from down-state Metro Detroit area, but anytime my hubby and...More