About this Business
- Mexican, Pub Food, Southwestern
Please turn the music down a few notches so people can talk.
The waiter was terrible. We ordered some drinks and she said she will bring some chips and salsa. The chips were all broken almost like when you get the last of a chip of bags. We ordered a popular beer "Michelob Ultra". They didn't have it. We ordered a "Fajita for two". The food was with no taste at all specially the chicken. My girlfriend loves guacamole (at ALL the places but she didn't even eat after tasting it. The rice was terrible. THE ONLY GOOD THING WAS THE AMBIENCE, VERY SOPHISTICATED!
When I exited I told the maitre d' that the food and the waitress were not good at all. She politely asked me for my email to send me a discount next time. My reply was no, thank you. No more next time.
Serving size was pitiful. The $29 chicken fajitas for two was below the the size of most restaurants serving for one.
The rice was flavorless. Chips were a bunch of broken pieces. The service was poor.
Expensive for the atmosphere, not for the food.
I really like your restaurant but I was there yesterday and food was blend and had no flavor or taste. I liked your restaurant and so I invited my parents, my in-laws and also my uncle and aunt yesterday and no one really liked it. Pretty disappointed. guacamole was really brown or dark in color instead on being fresh green and looked like was just avocado and mango with no flavor or taste. We also ordered 2 cheese inchalatas and 2 vege fajitas and they were alright, not the best we expected.
Did not like the "salsa" served with chips. My husband's dish was missing 2 items that were listed on the menu that should have come with the meal. They did make a slight adjustment to our bill.
waiter was not experienced - did not know menu - he brought bill w/o asking if we wanted desert, which we did
food was pricey and not good
food was warm and not hot
I really enjoyed this visit
Had fajitas for two ($34) and were disappointed. Larger pieces of the meat were too rare -excessively chewy. Not as good as our last visit.
From Our Editors
Though Diego Cantina's over-the-top decor welcomes diners inside, its authentic Mexican cuisine crafted from fresh ingredients urges them to stay. Alejandrina Garza and her three children opened Diego's Cantina in an attempt to bring their Mexican heritage to Sugar Land. Described in Living magazine as a "little piece of Tampico, Mexico [the Garza family] left behind," the restaurant impresses visitors with its oversized replicas of Mayan hieroglyphics and paintings. Bathed in soft lighting emanating from chandeliers and tabletop candles, diners eat traditional dishes fueled by family recipes while sipping on beverages served from a blue, glowing tequila bar.