We decided to get lunch at Latin Fiesta Mexican Restaurant before heading out to a few wineries. It’s a Mexican/Salvadorian restaurant that also offers pupusas and tamales. They’re located next door to a Little Caesars Pizza.
We dropped in on a Friday (around noon) and it was bumping. The inside is oddly spaced out with only 5 tables. There’s an outdoor patio but it was raining so no one was sitting outside.
You walk up to the counter to order first and pay. They call out your ticket number when your dish/takeout order is ready.
The menu consists of 16 items (tacos, quesadillas, burritos, enchilada, soups, tamales and pupusas).
Can’t believe their enchilada platter was only $9.25 two years ago!
Nice that they offer the option to get both sauces (red and green). They give you plenty of sauce and the tomatillo came through. The ground beef was nicely seasoned.
The pastor was easily our favourite; tender and flavourful even without any pineapple included.
Carnita was also tender and flavourful.
The asada was okay but the most surprising thing was their homemade salsa. Really elevated the tacos to another level.
Good Mexican food is hard to find but we enjoyed our meal at Latin Festival. Will have to try the pupusas and tamales next time.
Latin Fiesta Mexican Restaurant
400B Highway 33 West