The name Fiesta conjures visions of smiling people, great music, excess alcohol and a happening vibe and our experience at Fiesta Mexican Restaurant had all of these components going for it. The dinner itself was a precursor to my boardgames evening extravaganza so it was satisfying that at least one half was fun. We had a server full of life who pulled out some decent comedy and we ordered a mix of sharing corn chips to start and I ordered the chimichanga de carne for main.
The corn chips at Fiesta are really good and I enjoyed the char on the chips and the fact the were served piping hot and at the crispy best. Tops. My main dish of the chimchanga was a flour tortilla fried and baked and filled with beef, Egmont cheese and served with salad and brown rice. The dish was of excellent quality and is of a huge portion but I didn’t dig the filling as much. Couldn’t quite put my finger on it. We did end up having a great time at Fiesta and the rest of the table enjoyed their offerings so we still rated it well. The boardgames, maybe not so much, but you’d have to ask them.