I have tried just about all the breakfast restaurants. This one is a cut above. The tortillas have the made fresh taste.
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We had lunch here, food very good but orders came out separately. Wait person said another waitress served one of our lunches to another customer by accident. (Daily special). So hubby had to wait longer. I got my food, but we had no silverware to...More
We stopped in on a road trip because of the trip advisor rating and were not disappointed. Typical Tex-mex is served immediately, but Su Casa has a bit of a wait to get your food. Why? Because every plate is made to order with fresh...More
Seguin as A LOT of Tex-Mex restaurants, dozens, all over the place. I've lived here for 6 months now and have tried 10 or 12, trying to find ones that stand out - for something - good migas, or green sauce, or seafood, or barbocoa,...More
We have been displaced by Harvey and living here. My grandkids eat here and now we started, Mex. food, oh yes, Beef Caldo for Breakfast, oh yes with BIG tortilillas. Service couldn't be better. As others said, a little noisy, but an older building, so...More
Love their breakfasts. The frijoles and papitas have good flavor. The tortillas are home made, maize are my favorite. The ranchero sauce is very tastie and the coffee is one of the best in town. Service has always been a problem we have with the...More
Had lunch with a fellow foodie. The food was excellent. The tortillas were fresh and home made, and the salsa was as good as I've had in ages.
We found Su Casa on TA when we were passing through town. Best quick stop we have made in a long time. It is inexpensive, very good North Mexico/El Paso style food. Homemade tortilla chips and nice thin flour tortillas. The salsa is just the...More
Me and my family stopped here before heading out of town. Place was packed and it was a Monday, and the reviews were great on this place, So I was excited. Slow service with chips and salsa refills, the basket was barely filled with chips(yea,...More
I got an enchilada plate for lunch- almost $10 for 2 enchiladas, rice, and beans and I got stiffed on the flour tortillas. Food is always good, but prices are a little high.