Fiesta Taqueria & Tequila Bar

The taco truck that we wanted to eat at was randomly closed so we decided to try Fiesta Taqueria & Tequila Bar. They have a second location in Southhill Puyallup.

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Hours.

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Sign inside.

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We dropped in on a Saturday (around noon) and were seated right away. The place slowly filled up. The inside is spacious with several booths and a couple seats at the bar. They had a couple TV’s playing college softball and golf.

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There’s a self-service sauce bar (up near the front) with four salsas (mild to spicy), pickled carrot/peppers and chopped onions.

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My favourite was the salsa verde.

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Menu is quite large. They have some interesting but pricey Oaxaca specialty dishes ($17.99 USD to $22.95 USD).

Chips and beans
UntitledThey brought out a complimentary basket of chips with a bean dip. First time seeing bean dip offered but it paired well.

Three enchiladas ($13.99 USD)
UntitledWe opted for the mole sauce with shredded beef but they gave us shredded chicken instead. The plate comes with rice and refried beans; both which were done well. The shredded chicken was unfortunately dry. The mole wasn’t too rich; slightly thick and a touch of chocolate came through.

Taco plate ($11.50 USD for 5)
UntitledThey let you choose up to two types of meat. We went with the lengua and asada. The double taco kept everything in one tight vehicle.

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The lengua was fantastic; super tender and flavourful. The mild orange salsa that they added was very tasty. We were happy that they gave us three lengua tacos.

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Sadly, the asada was ground beef instead of grilled steak. Even sadder was that the ground beef was dry.

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Decent eats at Fiesta but the dry meats were a bummer. Get the lengua!

Fiesta Taqueria & Tequila Bar
https://www.fiestataqueriaandtequilabar.com/
506 N Meridian
Puyallup, WA
(253) 948-9226