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About La Casa De Isaac & Moishe
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La Casa de Isaac and Moishe’s Restaurant is the second Mexican restaurant established in Highland Park by the Nava family from Huitzuco, Guerrero, Mexico. As family owned and operated establishments, the Nava family has brought some unique Mexican dishes to Chicago’s North Shore. Isaac’s Mother’s Favorite Enchiladas – a recipe developed by their mother, Florencia – continues to be a customer favorite. New specialty items are added continually with an emphasis on local favorites from their home region. The Nava family maintains a strong commitment and loyalty to the community by offering unique Mexican dishes with excellent service. They appreciate the support and patronage of their customers.
We also cater to larger groups. Please contact the restaurant if interested.
Highland Park, IL 60035
Traditional Mexican, Regional Mexican
Hours of Operation:
Sunday to Thursday 9:00 am to 10:00 pm
Friday 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Saturday: Open 15 minutes after sundown to 11:00 pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Please contact us at: (847) 433-7400 or email@example.com
Free parking for our customers!
Metra Stop 2 blocks away, (Highland Park Stop)
Private Party Contact:
Isaac Nava: (847) 433-7400
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Delivery, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
We will gladly host any party up to 150 people
La Casa De Isaac & Moishe Ratings and Reviews
Had been meaning to come here for quite awhile. Finally got here and wish we had come sooner. Frozen Mango Margarita was great! Had the garlic red snapper and was probably the best red snapper I ever age. Totally enjoyed it; just sorry I split it with my wife ;-) We also split the duck tacos and they were also very good. Will definitely come back here!
Was at the art fair, came across your booth. You didn't accept credit cards so we went straight to your restaurant. We loved everything! Clean, convenient, excellent service, the food was outstanding from the chips and salsa to our entrees. Everything tasted so fresh. Can't wait to return.
As always, attentive service and wonderful food. Their chili reanos are the best that we've ever had -- our order every visit. Tequila choices are plentiful, as are their margaritas (which can be expensive depending upon your choice). In all, a great place to visit with family and friends.
I had heard about this restaurant for ages, and I wish I had gone a long time ago! We went on a summer Saturday evening, and we were so impressed by the friendly service, the bottomless chips and salsa (so good!), the delicious specials, and the extensive menu. One of the owners heard that it was our first visit and came over to greet us -- very impressive! My blackened ahi tuna tacos were perfectly rare, my sister's plaintains were perfectly carmelized, our fried ice cream was the best I've ever had. We will be back soon!
The food was good. The service was good. The atmosphere and decor was what you'd expect for a Mexican restaurant. Except I was looking for a little bit more. Maybe more (or any) of a fusion menu. Given the owners' ethnicities there could be some very interesting dishes.
There are plenty of restaurants around that feature a Mexican cuisine; some better, some worse. There was nothing about Isaac & Moishe that would compel me to come back unless I happened to be in the area.
We found this restaurant to be average overall. The margaritas were expensive for a middle-of-the-road suburban restaurant, and they weren't anything special. The menu is very large--they might benefit from cutting it back somewhat and focusing on making some outstanding dishes. I had salmon tacos, which were good, but contained a very small amount of salmon. The kitchen forgot to bring my rice and beans and I had to point that out to our server. My husband had enchiladas, which were fine--nothing special. The dining room is nicely painted but looks a little weathered. We struggle to find great Mexican food in the suburbs. We probably will not come back to this restaurant.
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