Mexican Food : La Adelita Restaurant

  • May 24, 2013 · 7:00 PM
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Serious RSVP only

No need to RSVP "No" unless you change from "Yes"

"NO-SHOW" or Last day rsvp change Will NOT be tolerated on this group


Attention: (Every individual order one favorite dish) We are going to eat Family Style with serving spoon, Do not RSVP if Family style is not for you. we will split the final bill of food . Every individual is responsible to pay their own drinks.


Payment: Cash Only! (Please bring change to make organizer's job easier.)

Please take your RSVP seriously as other guests often have to be turned away( Last Minutes Cancellation or Last day of RSVP Change Will be mark as no show and Might Cause remove of your membership in this group. )

There will be a$2.00 organization fee for this meetup to be collected at the day of the event.


Link to the menu


Here are yelp Review and Pictures

I've been watching a lot of those reality shows about fixing up restaurants and bars, so when I found out La Adelita had just opened, I thought I'd pretend to be a Gordon Ramsay and try various items, especially since most things weren't that expensive.

I went with my family on a Sunday night and it was pretty empty. There were 2 or 3 other tables occupied, but the place is pretty big if you count the outside. My dad ordered the steak and onions, my mom had the enchilada and my sister had the verde tamale and a steak torta.

I had the mole tamale, a spicy pork cemita (it's a sandwich), and a goat taco. I liked what I got. The tamales were big and delicious. I would say it was one of the better tamales I ever had.

The cemita was ok. I didn't like the bread too much, but that's a personal preference. And the goat taco was good.

It freaked my sister out because she never had goat. I reassured her that goat is not weird; it's the most commonly eaten meat in the world, except in the US.

She had a little taste and thought it was good, too, because it was cooked well; the meat was very tender and flavorful, with a hint of gaminess.

My mom thought the enchiladas were too spicy, but I disagreed. Then again, I like spicy foods; I just didn't think she could handle it. I didn't get a chance to sample my dad's plate. By the time I made it to his, I was getting full.

Anyway, my attempt at being mean and rude like Gordon Ramsay didn't work out as I had imagined. The food was really good, so it was hard to be like "bleh, this is bloody disgusting. away with this, I say!" But like Gordan Ramsay, I do want this place to work out. So, to you, the reader-- go to La Adelita Restaurant!

Your belly and your wallet will be happy after eating here. And bring cash; the credit card machine wasn't working at the time.


Vamonoss a Comer! Yum Yum!


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