The first Mexican restaurant that I tried here in the county is still my favorite. Perhaps it’s partly the comforting memory of the first restaurant after a stressful move, but I think it’s also the food, the service, and the coziness of the place itself.
La Tolteca isn’t big and fancy. They can’t host hundreds for a party and they don’t have a high-tech sports bar, but sometimes you don’t need all that.
We recently went there again on one of our snowy nights when most people were closing early and we just wanted to get out and see the snow. La Tolteca was open, the Olympics played on the televisions mounted near the ceiling, and the family worked together giving us perfect service and delicious food.
My oldest and I agree that these are the best fajitas we’ve eaten around here. Normally, I just get beef or chicken, but this time I ordered the Texanas, a mix of beef, chicken, and shrimp, and it was absolutely delicious and incredibly filling. The portions are big enough to split, but delicious enough to devour and still try to pack in dessert.
My kids are big fans of the deep fried ice cream, but they also have flan, a banana chimichanga, and several other sweet options.
The expansive menu offers many more choices that I can possibly weed through and a children’s menu that includes non-Mexican favorites like a cheeseburger with fries. My youngest appreciates that and enjoyed her cheeseburger just as much as the rest inhales their more traditional entrees.
If you’d like a good Mexican meal, friendly service, and a warm, cozy atmosphere, La Tolteca is a great place to go.
La Tolteca Mexican Restaurant