Best Mexican restaurants nearby. Discover the best Mexican food in Coeur d'Alene. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Mexican restaurants near you.. While it may sound like a French village, Coeur d'Alene (pronounced core-da-lane) is decidedly all-American. Located in northern Idaho, this lakefront resort offers five-star amenities in a beautifully rugged setting. Visitors enjoy everything from pristine golf courses and professional quality tennis courts to hiking on pine-forested trails and biking through natural preserves. The sparkling Coeur d'Alene Lake is the center of most of the action. Sunbathe on the beach, water ski, kayak or tour the area by sea plane. At night, dine in fine restaurants and see top-rated shows. With upscale attractions in an unspoiled setting, Coeur d'Alene offers visitors the best of both worlds.
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4 based on 95 reviews
In town visiting my son so he took us here for lunch - it wasnât busy when we got there so we were seated and served fast.I just got a couple ala carte tacos, had a nice portion of shredded cheese - and a queso- their queso is not the same as in the Midwest - its a yellow melted cheddar cheese with a scoop of pico in the middle - not my favorite - Iâm use to white queso but my son says they dont do white queso in Washington LOLOL My son got the chicken fajitas - which were good and tasty - generous portionSalsa was good but i felt it was missing something - just comparing it to what I get in the Midwest.
4 based on 37 reviews
The locals got it right! This family owned restaurant is the real deal! FINALLY we found authentic Mexican food! The beef stew is amazing. Big chunks of beef. The chili verde was tender and flavorful. The carnitas were tender and juicy. The rice.... yes! The rice is done exactly right! Not over cooked or spiced. The place is small... and clean. But it gets crowded for good reason. And when you order.... it is surprisingly fast.... why? Because the owner is smart and has lots of workers cooking and serving. There is usually a long line... but it goes fast and your food is hot and delicious!
4 based on 29 reviews
We stopped for lunch at this little off the beaten path Mexican restaurant. We placed the order at the front counter and sat in a separate space with Mexican fabric covered tables. It is a very casual dining restaurant, complete with a drive through. The refried bean but toro was great as was the chicken enchilada plate. The Enchalada's plate was so large the other half was eaten for dinner. The servers were very friendly, giving directions to other places in town. I especially appreciated the cleanliness. Great food and highly recommended for a casual Mexican experience.
3 based on 116 reviews
Surprised to find instant seating at dinnertime which makes you question how good it is however it was a good choice. Had the shrimp Monterey wrap which was excellent. Service from Lisa was very good. Along with a nice chilled Riesling it made this restaurant. a good choice.
4 based on 52 reviews
Located In a small shopping center, the restaurant was average in size, clean, decorated in Spanish decor that complemented our dining experience. I had the Mexican steak, while my wife had the beef and chicken fajitas along with the usual beans, rice, flour tortilla, chips & salsa. Meal brought to us steaming hot and seasoned medium to hot. Brought to us in timely manner, the waiter kept us filled with drinks and refills.
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