We enjoyed our lunch very much - service, ambience and more importantly the food is Mexican origins with a modern twist - excellent!
Met for business lunch and enjoyed it thoroughly! Place was packed with people and it was delicious. Had street tacos and they were very good and seemed authentic.
Loved the booth seats near courtyard windows.
Was pleasantly surprised by the treat at the end of the meal for the person whose birthday we were celebrating that evening. The free sopapillas did not cost the restaurant much ... but the giving of this dessert and its presentation did a great deal to boost the customer's positive response to and appreciation for the effort by the restaurant.
The place very pretty and decor was very upscale, but the server was rude as if they were doing us a favor. From the front desk to the waitress. It went like this; 1) Walked in -No response from the greeter I had to say how many to dine. 2) A person grabbed menus and walked away, we had to follow like puppy dogs. 3) Menus are placed on table; no verbal...We sit, Open menus. 4) Waitress comes over; "you ready to order? - gets an attitude when we need some time. Acted like she had better things to do. Maybe she was relative to the owner. Will not go back.
Mi DIa is a very hot spot and I enjoy it every time. Last week I had a business lunch and made a reservation, because I know they are very busy for lunch. Unfortunately, even with the reservation we had to wait 20 minutes, which was embarrassing for me, as I was meeting important customers. To make matters worse, the waiting area can only fit about 3 people, so we had to stand in front of some other customers' table, which I am sure was not pleasant for them.
Everything else about the restaurant is great - food is excellent, prices are just right, service is impeccable.
The BEST Mexican food I have had in the DFW area. The Santa Fe portion on the menu is delicious - the chiles they use are legit and it's better than some of the red and green chiles I have had in New Mexico.
Went for Sunday lunch with friends. The Guacamole was great. the enchiladas and fajitas were good. Service was good .Nothing spectacular here
I had the Christmas burrito-lukewarm, cheese not melted inside the burrito. Too much fluff not enough beef
Duck tostados great!
From the first taste of the fresh and unique salsas, the quality and attitude of the food at Mi Dia from scratch is pronounced. The menu is an expedition that takes you from Texas to Santa Fe and into the interior of Old Mexico with ingredients like chayote, mole, and duck. We were glad we took the server's suggestion, "We have terrific TexMex, but you can get that anywhere. Try something from the rest of the menu."
From the food to the service to the environment, we were totally taken with Mi Dia from scratch, and are looking forward to trying more new flavors on our next visit.
The best Carne Asada I have ever eaten! Will definitely return.