Reviews on Southwestern food in Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States. A crossroads for historians, sportsmen, architects, artists and gourmands, Colorado Springs offers a delightful mix of Western charms. Sunny skies and crisp mountain air make it a perfect place for a golf outing, extreme sports or a picnic in one of the many, many well-maintained parks.
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4 based on 536 reviews
Had a tough experience at the King's Chef Diner. The hostess was rude at the start saying "we will shout your name twice if you don't answer your table is gone". Food was good however the service even through the meal detracted from our breakfast. We will not be back.
4 based on 120 reviews
Rudyâs Little Hideaway is considered one of the best Mexican restaurants Colorado Springs has to offer. Family owned since 1994. Both locals and visitors enjoy our wonderful food, atmosphere, and breathtaking views of the mountains from the outdoor patio
My 1st time here and we sat outside. They have a big covered patio and it was comfortable enough. Our server, though very busy, was very pleasant and did a great job. The food was very good. Loved the salsa, probably the best carnitas I have had, and the flan terrific. I'll be going there again.
4 based on 380 reviews
Disappointing. The room was extremely noisy. The service was VERY SLOW. We ordered chimichangas. They were all bread with a very little meat in the center. This was true of the beef and carnitas versions. A couple of house margaritas were $9.75 each. Seems a little high for this restaurant.All in all, not a good evening. We won;t be returning,
4 based on 341 reviews
Our group of three (2 grandparents and a teenaged grandson) stopped in for dinner based on the great TripAdvisor ratings. We enjoyed our dining experience. A blended strawberry margarita was excellent, as was the carnitas dinner. The appetizer sampler plate was also very good, and lots of food! The chili rellenos were not as good as expected, which could have been a fluke. There was some confusion on which waiter was going to work our table, and it took some time to get service, but once we did, our waitress was excellent. Overall, a good (but not excellent) experience. Good enough to merit 4 stars in my book.
4 based on 235 reviews
At Salsa Brava Fresh Mexican Grill, we add a fresh twist to Mexican favorites featuring seasonal, Colorado-proud ingredients. We source locally grown ingredients from small producers when available and only cook with the freshest ingredients available. We
I have concluded that Mexican Cuisine is regional. While Salsa Bravo was a nice atmosphere, clean, good service and family friendly it's not for me. I love Tex Mex in the North Texas area. I have eaten in south Texas and did not care for the food. I think it is about spices and what you are used to. So sad I have not found my place. I really wanted to love SB because it had all of the pieces that I appreciate, but I did not like the seasonings and the taste of the food. No fault to Salsa Bravo, it's just not what I consider to be my preference.
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