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Las Fajitas



Name: Lanecia Radcliff

Occupation: Adoption Homefinder

Lives In:North Lauderdale

Restaurant Pick: Las Fajitas

Reviewed: Las Fajitas

Las Fajitas is a cozy and small restaurant that is close to a residential neighborhood. It could be easy to miss, but if you pay attention you will find it. There was parking available at the restaurant. So once you park your car, you will not notice anything particularly special. When you walk through the door, you are greeted with a smile and seated immediately. You will hear nice jazz and easy listening music in the background. They have televisions in the corners of each room for football and sports fan that enjoy catching the game. There is a nice decorated bar, and the tables and floors are decorated with tile. There is a full bar and they do have happy hour. This trip I did not have a drink, but I have had their Margaritas in the past, and I was quite impressed. The service is phenomenal and prompt. Once you are seated you are greeted with fresh salsa and warm Nacho Chips. There are not many options on the menu, but what is offered is always fresh and tasty. The price is affordable, and you definitely get a lot of food for the money. I barely had enough room for dessert. I shared the flan with my guests, and I was able to find some room in my stomach for dessert. Overall, the experience at Las Fajitas is comforting, enjoyable, and guarantees to provide authentic fresh Mexican food.

Name: Ted Task

Occupation: Wine Educator

Lives In: West Palm Beach

Restaurant Pick: Eagle Grill and Oyster Bar

Reviewed: Las Fajitas

This restaurant is a” find.” Seating is a bit rustic and the lights are very dim, guess the lights being low is to hide the lack of decoration and age of furniture. Go for good tastes and low cost. Don’t expect fancy surroundings. When you seat there is immediately bowl of light chips with bland salsa. The guacamole was fresh if bland. The Chorizo Quesadilla was a good choice- tasty and well appointed. Fish Tacos came with proper Pico de Gallo. A request for a little to go was answered with a charge of $8.5. Chicken Fajitas were good - chicken was a little well done. Mole was well received; just little heat balanced the chocolate. Still remains a find and is worthwhile. No delivery but they offer take-out.

Name: Ashley Satterfield

Occupation: Environmental Scientist

Lives In: North Palm Beach

Restaurant Pick: Saffron

Reviewed: Las Fajitas

There isn’t much parking, so we had to circle the parking lot a couple of times before we found a spot. We were immediately greeted as soon as we walked in the door by a friendly and efficient server and seated a wooden booth. The restaurant was clean, but dark and small, with no real décor to speak of or anything to add to the ambience. We ordered a guacamole dip appetizer and a couple of Margaritas while we looked over the menu. The guacamole tasted like it was made with Florida avocados and was bland and under seasoned. It had nice chunks of avocado, but they really didn’t have any flavor at all. My friend decided to have the Carne Asada Tacos and I went for the Potosinos Chicken Enchiladas. Our food came out quickly and the portions were large and both dishes came with rice and refried beans. Both also were under seasoned and bland. My friend’s Carne Asada was tough as well. Overall, we were very disappointed by the bland flavorless food. We decided to try and salvage the experience with dessert and coffee, and the flan was wonderful….but the only coffee they offered was Nespresso Expresso and lacked the depth and flavor of traditional expresso. I probably wouldn’t drive all the way to Boca Raton to visit again and I’ve had many other better experiences with Mexican restaurants in the area.

Restaurant Information

Location: 2298 North Dixie Hwy. Boca Raton 
Parking: Free Lot
Phone: 561-616-8585
Restaurant Owners: Eduardo Garcia
Executive Chef: Edgar Vidal 
Pastry Chef: N/A

Type of Cuisine: Mexican
Signature Dishes: Mole Poblano, Fish Tacos, Fajitas
Vegetarian Options: Spinach Tostadas, Spinach Enchiladas
Alcohol Served: yes
Corkage Fee: N/A
Bottle Limit: N/A

Restaurant Hours: 
Monday –11:30 AM – 10 PM 
Tuesday – 11:30 AM – 10 PM 
Wednesday –11:30 AM – 10 PM 
Thursday – 11:30 AM – 10 PM 
Friday – 11 AM – 11 PM 
Saturday – 11 AM – 11 PM 
Sunday – 11:30 AM – 10 PM

Meals Served: Lunch, Dinner
Prix Fix Menu: N/A
Take-Out: yes
Delivery: No
Average Dinner Price Range (per person, full meal, tax, 18% gratuity, w/o alcohol): $14
Average Lunch Price Range (per person, full meal, tax, 18% gratuity, w/o alcohol): $12
Payment Options: do you accept credit cards and if so, which ones? Yes, Visa, Mater Card and American Express
Accept Reservations: no
Need Reservations: N/A
How far in advance do you require reservations be made: N/A

Accommodations for Children: yes
Dining Style: Casual
Disabled Access: yes
Restaurant Size: Approximately 60 seats
Accommodate Groups: Small groups
Private Dining Room: No
Tables with Scenic Views: no
Outdoor Dining: No
Entertainment: No