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“Mexican food downtown ”
Review of Las Cascadas

Las Cascadas
Ranked #5 of 22 Restaurants in Davis
Cuisines: Mexican
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Reviewed August 21, 2017 via mobile

Good Mexican food. The chimichanga meal was good. The staff was kind. It was fast service. The tortillas are not made in house they are regular store tortillas. Family friendly restaurant. It's right downtown.

Thank heartmoni
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Reviewed June 2, 2017 via mobile

We have visited Davis and Sulphur for years and this has always been our favorite Mexican place with authentic Mexican dishes and fresh ingredients. Sadly that menu is gone. Just the basic enchiladas tacos etc Complimentary chips salsa and cheese dip are good. No spinach enchiladas available on the day of our visit the chicken and cheese enchiladas were dry But tacos fine though thin shells turned soggy Sopapillas at the end were a little tough but a free treat. Noticed there are more Mexican choices in town now so we will probably try those next time.

Thank Cynthia W
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Reviewed April 29, 2017

The food here is very authentic and when staying in Davis, makes a great evening place to go out to eat.

Thank Devin G
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Reviewed March 14, 2017 via mobile

A marvel of nature that leaves you ecstatic and breathless for the magnificiency of a water fall of a clear blue sea color. Waterfalls form natural pools where you can swim. The depths of the same vary. You can swim in the designated area with vigilant lifeguards and demarcation ropes for deep areas. This area is just at the the foot of the fall of the major waterfall. However you can venture down waterfalls and swim at your own risk in the many natural pools. They charge at the entrance per person, not by car, claim that the money collected by the indigenous community of the area is for cleaning, which is a very insulting and fraudulent lie. Actually the site is dirty, there are plastic bottles, papers, wrappings and food waste. Starving and hungry dogs surround you when you eat. There are businesses that offer food with a hygiene that is dubious because you can see how they wash dishes in the back in plastic containers with overused water wich is ironic considering they are surrounded by plenty water. The crafts are expensive and in general the place is depressing because of the primitive and dirty of all those restaurants, stalls of food and sale of trinkets. I advise you to bring your own water, food and sanitary towels. The bathrooms are broken, there is no soap, toilet paper. Just concentrate on the water, the blue, the green, the sound of the water and get out of there fast.

1  Thank Alina D
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Reviewed February 12, 2017 via mobile

Nothing special here. The bistek and guacamole were ok, rice and beans blah, chips nothing special. They give you queso dip with the chips which was watered down and fairly tasteless. Chili on the tamale taste like canned. Just pass it by folks, there has to be something better nearby.

Thank TvlGold
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