Micha's resists all tricks and trends in favor of reliable Sonoran favorites, lovingly prepared.. The Scene: Micha was the nickname of co-founder Artemisia Mariascal; her restaurant has now passed to a second generation, but remains a favorite Mexican-food stop for bishops, mayors, and common folk alike. Aside from the usual Mexican menu items (tacos, tamales, enchiladas, burros, tostadas, and such), you'll also find a choice of five soups, plus a few seafood and vegetarian plates, all served in generous portions in a cheerful atmosphere. Most Tucsonans would be loathe to name only one best Mexican restaurant in town, but probably half of the few to venture an opinion would single out Micha's.
dinner at Micha's.
The food is excellent, the waiters are really nice and the food come out fast. There are plenty of room around. The chips are delicious as well as the hot sauce (comes in hot and mild to accomodate all kinda person).