Tucson >La Indita
Worst in Southern Arizona. If you like gristle in your beef, cold rice, water-thin salsa, poor service and dirty floors, this place is for you. You can do better anywhere.
The best place to take a tourist.. La Indita is the best Mexican Restaurant in town. Instead of guests to the typical run of the mill Mexican restaurants that run amock in Tucson, I like to take them here. The menu is vast and has many options that include local recipies and foods. Great place for meat eaters and vegetarians. Everybody's happy!!!!
Ask to sit on the patio.... ...except perhaps in June. The place is a worn around the edges on the inside, but very pleasant outside. I had the chicken mole, which I think was a special and not a regular part of the menu, but that was THE best mole I've ever had.
Drawing heavily on Native American influences, you'll find more than the Sonoran fare served around town..
This family-friendly spot has a unique Tohono O'odham take on food styles from the Mexican state of Michoacan, a pleasant deviation from Sonoran fare. The only remotely negative aspect of this charming restaurant is the fact that the room facing Fourth Avenue can get hot in the summer. Instead, opt for the relaxing patio at the back.
Mushroom enchiladas could come out awkward elsewhere but seems entirely natural in this homespun restaurant. The spinach and nuts enchiladas and mashed potato tacos are a vegetarian's dream with fresh, flavorful ingredients. Vegetarians are just as spoiled for choice as the meat eaters who come for the wonderful chicken enchiladas, a blend of shredded chicken, peppers and onions wrapped in a tortilla and doused in a secret-recipe green sauce made with sweet peas and milk.
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