An unassuming restaurant that hooks you with the first bite! Chips, salsa and queso are nice. The "Latino" aka Cuban sandwich is amazing!! Black beans and rice are perfect! The paella looked delicious. We will come back!
Ate at this restaurant because of the reviews. Wish we didn't! Walked in and was ignored. Didn't know to seat yourself and no-one offered what to do. Finally sat down and took forever to get salsa and chips. Everyone coming in after us got theirs. Ordered the seafood paella and the Arroz con pollo. The paella didn't have much flavor... 更多
I had to have the paella. Others had a variety of these special dishes. The tostones had a delicious spicy garlic dipping sauce. Could have eaten that with a spoon. The portions were larger than life but I managed to extract all the seafood from the paella. SO GOOD. Moderate prices. Friendly staff. Love eating on the roof
I get the same thing almost every time I go for the last 8 years. A couple of times I have ventured off into the fish salad, cuban sandwich and chicken tacos. But my favorite is salmon fish tacos. If I could make it at home I would. But they have some secret sauce in their that keeps me coming... 更多
Ate at this restaurant yesterday for a late lunch/early dinner. Service was ok, but food was not very good at all. All meals come with beans and rice that was cold. Burrito is more like a giant taco that was torn and hard to eat. The queso clearly came out of the microwave as it was like a small cup... 更多
Everything was amazing. Couldn't stop talking about the great food for a week. Paella was possibly the best Cuban dish I've ever had in my life. You can see the kitchen from your cantina style dining. It is clear the ingredients are all fresh and good quality
From fresh salsa to yummy spicy fish tacos, this little gem in Midtown is so good. I have yet to go and NOt be HAPPY with my food and service and they have great margaritas.
I guess people like this place because it's cheap? They do a variety of Spanish style foods and all are too salty yet bland. Really bad. I guess if you just wanted ships and salsa and a margarita it may be ok.
I have been hearing about La Fonda over the years, but mired in the far north suburbs, have not had an opportunity to visit until I met a friend visiting Atlanta who was staying downtown. We dined on the covered upstairs patio, early for dinner. Noise level did not interfere with conversation, the service was fine-not memorable in a good... 更多