Tequila Factory at Casino Del Sol
This is a casual dining restaurant, with moderate pricing. The menu was fairly standard for a Mexican restaurant, but I have to say that my food was above average in quality and taste. We ordered the Queso Fundido to share, and it was wonderful. It had chorizo, charred jalapeños, onion, some pico de Gallo, and an accompanying tray of goodies to add. Muy Bueno! And the chips that came with it were extra thin, and very tasty. I also had the combo fajitas, which were well-seasoned, although the chicken and the beef were somewhat overcooked. Nevertheless, a delicious dish. I would return.
The servers were very good ... They were quick with our drinks.. the menu it's self looks good ... Now to the food ... The salsa was so so .. we ordered the ceichve as an appetizer it had no flavor what so ever ... There was small chunks of shrimp and no citrus what so ever .... Both of our main dishes were over cooked .... 1 chicken 1 shrimp.... There was definitely not enough seasoning food was very bland to say the least.... Don't waste your time!!!
The only bad thing I would say is we waited a while for someone to ask us for our drinks when we arrived. Other than that it was good
Went to the Tequila Factory for dinner before the Lance Burton show at Casino Del Sol. Salsa and chips were very good. I had the Chili Relleno plate. Two rellenos came with the order. The batter was not very soft, seemed pre-made.
Service was a bit slow for not being very busy, but it didn't take too much from the experience. Food was great!
This was our first time at Tequila Factory and will likely be our last. The restaurant was horribly slow and we nearly missed our show that evening. We had reservations at 6:30 and were seated promptly, however, it took nearly 45 minutes for our drinks to be delivered because the bar was, "so backed up". We finally got our drinks at 7:30 and food at 7:45. We had an 8:00 show. We were afraid we weren't going to get to eat at all, the food took so long to arrive. We weren't sure why it was so slow given that the show was on site and they should have been able to anticipate a busy evening. We saw very few tables receiving food or drinks. There were many open tables in the restaurant. Something wasn't right.
Lousy, tasteless, cheap food. Meal thrown together largely from ingredients a steam tray. Tortilla chips worthy of Wallmart with watery, weak salsa. All the charm of a subway station.
Let me start out by saying, the tableside guacamole is to die for. The entrees were also very good, had the Mahi Mahi and grilled chicken tacos, while the wife had chicken taquitos. Wife had margaritas, pomegranate and strawberry, awesome. Staff was very polite and attentive, will be visiting them again soon.
Things started off well; quick service and happy hour. We informed our servers that we would be on separate checks and it looked as if they were keeping things organized, but then when it came time to hand out the checks, they disappeared for 45 minutes! We were told that they were still working on them. They then handed out checks that did not include happy hour prices that were promised and had the wrong items on a few. Took another 15 minutes to correct those checks. Food would have been much better had it been hot.
This place is perfect in every way, but so sad to hear the news that it will soon become an Italian Restaurant??? Seriously?? This is the Southwest desert-----------not Napa Valley!!!