The website said they were open, but a sign on the door said they had a new location in Fayetteville. The doors were locked. Tried calling but no answer.
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I keep fearing that this place will close down because there's never a big crowd in there, but we absolutely love it! I don't know why people go across the street to Las Palmas when the food here is so much better! Rolando's is not...More
Honestly, it blows my mind how few people know about Rolando's, and how many people will wait an hour for a certain so-so chain Mexican restaurant, when you can walk straight into Rolando's and have a gourmet, unique, delicious Latin meal with great service and...More
Monday, 11/11/13, we used a BOGO 1/2 off coupon from the newspaper to eat Lunch at Rolando's. Without the coupon we never would have known about this place. And it's a little hard to find. It's located in "Historic Rogers", but it's somewhat off "the...More
My husband is from Venezuela so we tried Orlando's when we moved here a year ago and have been back many times. Great food, homemade, and owners are very nice and want you to be happy.
The food here is NOT Mexican, so some may be disappointed that it isn't what they are expecting. The food is wonderful, pops with flavor, and has fantastic off-the-beaten-path ingredients. The chicken in the burrito is not shredded but pounded thin and pan seared for...More
Got there at six, no waiting. Bad sign possibly? Ordered drinks. Took fifteen minutes for four drinks with about three tables busy. Drinks tasted different than others. Chips and something came to table. I usually pig out on chips. Not this time, greasy and salsa...More
We went for lunch with a group. Even called ahead to let them know how many were coming. Arrived at 11:30 am. Tables were ready in a back alcove very nice. Drinks came in a timely manner. Orders taken - Waitress (only one for 17...More
This place is certainly different-in a good way. I have eaten lots of ethnic foods and I have never eaten what I did at Rolando's. I got a variety plate that had tamale, pickled cucumbers, onion relish, a braised pork loin, some kind of turnover,...More