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La Casita Mexicana
Mexican Restaurant$$
Today 9:00 am – 11:00 pm
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4030 Gage Avenue Bell, CA 90201
$$Mexican Restaurant, Latin American RestaurantToday 9:00 am – 11:00 pm
Monday ClosedTuesday 9:00 am – 11:00 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 11:00 pmThursday 9:00 am – 11:00 pmFriday 9:00 am – 11:00 pmSaturday 9:00 am – 11:00 pmSunday 9:00 am – 11:00 pm
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Foodies flock to this homey, vibrant eatery for creative Mexican fare, especially moles & pepianes.- Google
People talk about chiles en nogada, chilaquiles, con cajeta, red and green and soup of the day
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Eric Gonzalez
reviewed a month ago
The food is really good here, nice atmosphre... The prices are reasonable, I'm defenetly going back :)
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Ruth Ramirez
reviewed a month ago
This restaurant is now a definite favorite of ours, and we've only been here twice... Love the food, love the service and love the coffee!
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William Hernandez
reviewed 10 months ago
On August 15, 2013, I visited La Casita Mexicana in the city of Bell. I was craving for authentic Mexican Mole with a homemade feel to it. Before anything I checked out the reviews on Google, and Yelp to see what the average response was to its food and service. For every ten reviews there was one bad review in which out three hundred and seventy six it was really good. The restaurant was in a small city that was not well maintained or tourist friendly and if you did not know about the back door parking you would need to park in the heavily trafficked street. Coming into La Casita Mexicana was actually really refreshing but that was it. In the back of La Casita there was a gang of employees having a conversation and frolicking around with their black uniforms. We were assisted a few minutes once they spotted us but not with the enthusiastic manner you would expect from a well review establishment. When the waitress got to the door, she just grabbed two menus and started to walk towards the tables in the back with no greeting what so ever to make us feel welcomed. Coming in the place, I was greeted by the warm surrounding and decorative restaurant, but that was it. Many of the walls are bright with beautiful art and history that it was very unique to any restaurant. The tables where all covered in bright color cloth with glass on top of it and old deep colored chairs to match and the dark tile floors to complete the Mexican filled environment. Once seated and the menus handed out the waitress just skirted herself off without asking if we wanted a drink. It was not a busy day and they were not understaffed what so ever more like overstaffed and nothing to do in little old La Casita Mexicana. We waited for fifteen to twenty minutes till we got asked what we wanted to drink and eat now add another thirty-five to forty-five minutes until we received our food. Through the time we waited the watermelon drinks and mole covered tortilla chips arrived in they are delicious. Our order was Three Moles Enchiladas it consist of mole poblano, red and green pepian with some rice and the Three Meat Dish that has a combination of beefsteak, chorizo, and beef cicina with beans and a cactus wrapped cheese. Once the food had arrived, I needed a refill on my watermelon drink in which it was ignored a few times until they were asked to fill it up for again. The Enchiladas where plain and tasteless; however, the mole was delicious but the portions where not enough for my appetite. The Three Meat dish was just that a three meat dish nothing special other than a jaw tiring texture and plain taste. I wanted to try out the dessert, but with my experience with everything so far I declined and requested my bill. I love flan never turn it down but adding everything together it felt like it would have been a failure in their part.
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Angel Zapata
reviewed 3 months ago
Best mole, EVER! They have 3 different kinds of mole, and each one offers a different experience that you cannot compare to any other restuarant in my opinion. I wish I lived closer, but in retrospect, probably not a good idea. LOL, I would be there every day. The place is small, and at times hot especially during the summer. But any discomfort is well worth the wait for this mole. I still haven't found another restaurant that can make mole like La Casita Mexicana. Restaurant is very clean, waiters are attentive as well and your never left alone for long in case you need something. Excellent!
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Adriana Rojas
reviewed 5 months ago
I fell I loved with the place the service was excellent and the food is extraordinarily good..makes you feel like home a good place to eat with the entire family!
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LB Guy
reviewed 12 months ago
Love this place. Nice amount of choices, great moles, awesome chilaquiles, you gotah try the churros with cajeta and a cup of cafe de la hoya. This place can get a little pricey but it's a nice place for nice dinner.