Sunday, April 18, 2010

Mama's House

There's certainly no shortage of Mexican restaurants in the Metro area, but if you're looking for something a little different but still very delicious, Mamasita's should be your choice.

The restaurant, which is located at 1121 NW 63rd in Oklahoma City, has the traditional Mexican choices like enchiladas or tamales, but that's not what keeps its most loyal customers coming back.

The Mexican tacos, tilapia tacos, and Margarita Caesar salad (all three pictured above) are probably the most delicious choices, combining fresh ingredients with excellent flavor.

The Mexican tacos are a perfect combination of steak, onion and cilantro, with green sauce available on the side to add some spice. The tilapia tacos combine blackened tilapia, fresh pico de gallo and Monterey Jack cheese. The fish is excellently cooked, allowing for the upmost amount of flavor. To complete the meal you should order the Caesar salad on the side. It's not a typical Caesar dressing, as it is really more of a vinaigrette with lime juice and a dash of tequila for that extra kick.

"I really like the Mexican tacos and Caesar salad, " Lloyd Vines, who works there as a waiter, said. "I recommend them both to all of my tables. The tilapia tacos are also really good, but not everybody likes fish."

Some people obviously prefer the traditional Mexican choices, and those aren't bad here either, but the specialty items are popular among regulars.

"Oh I just love the food at Mamasita's," Oklahoma City native Debbi Crossmock said. "I've eaten here for years, and I'd recommend the fish tacos to any newcomers."

The atmosphere of the restaurant is very welcoming, as the wait staff are all very friendly.

"I've never had any trouble with the people here," Crossmock said. "They treat you real nice, and the service is pretty quick most the time too."

So next time you're looking for a different dining choice, check out Mama's, you won't be disappointed.

"It's probably one of the better Mexican spots in the City," Crossmock said.


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