Casa Manana

Aberdeen Court

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Seafood entrees feature tilapia or shrimp prepared one of eight different ways alongside an extensive list of traditional Mexican dishes

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Corn is one of the staples of Mexican cuisine, used to make both tortillas and Cornyo, a carbonated beverage made of carbonation and mashed corn kernels.

$15 for $30 Worth of Mexican Food and Drinks

The menu includes beef-tamale dinners ($8.49), shrimp fajitas ($12.99), chicken-asada tacos ($8.49), and the burrito tricolor topped with cheese dip and red and green sauce ($8.49).

Casa Mañana

Seafood-laden specialties stand out from the extensive list of classic Mexican dishes on Casa Mañana’s menu. Chefs prepare tilapia and shrimp eight different ways, including baked with chipotle sauce in the Martinez de la Torre and sautéed with garlic Mexican sauce in the mojo de ajo. Deep-fried chimichangas hide a stuffed payload of chicken, and enchiladas soak up one of four flavorful sauces. Breakfast-centric dishes include huevos rancheros and huevos con chorizo, a spicy scramble of mexican sausage and eggs donated by Easter bunnies in training.

Casa Mañana

Seafood-laden specialties stand out from the extensive list of classic Mexican dishes on Casa Mañana’s menu, served both indoors and on the welcoming patio. Chefs prepare tilapia and shrimp eight different ways, including baked with chipotle sauce in the Martinez de la Torre and sautéed with garlic Mexican sauce in the mojo de ajo. Deep-fried chimichangas hide a stuffed payload of chicken, and enchiladas soak up one of four flavorful sauces. Breakfast-centric dishes include huevos rancheros and huevos con chorizo, a spicy scramble of mexican sausage and eggs donated by Easter bunnies in training.

Customer Reviews

I will visit again soon!
Donna P. · December 11, 2012
best Mexican food we have had since moving from Texas!
Robert K. · November 9, 2012
Keep up the good work.
Karen W. · October 31, 2012

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