very good and tasty, very helpful team. very very large plates. not expensive. lovely music. 3 times come to check if all ok
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As other TA reviewers have noted, Casa Maya is no longer & the premises remain a Mexican restaurant but under new ownership with a new name, Maya Cocina. My parents (longtime local to the area) had been enamoured of Casa Maya for some time, but avoided it for awhile until after they heard of the new ownership. I gather Casa... More
Have a monthly dinner with some of my dear friends. Prefer to be there on a Friday when you can enjoy their handsome Mexican singer. He comes to your table and sings your favorite songs. We take pictures with him and enjoy Margaritas. I usually start at the bar where you can get your drinks and some delicious tapas from... More
Now called, "Maya Cocina". The portions are small for the price. Tacos were average, steak was cooked well. Lime margarita tasted good after I added FIVE Lime wedges to it. Not a bad night out, just average and a bit over-priced for the portion size.
Now called "Maya Cocina," I have found this place to be a lot better than some of the other reviewers have. Most of the Mexican dishes and drinks are good/very good, if not the most authentic. The salsa is a standout, as good as any I've had in Westchester. Depending on what you order, lunch can be incredibly inexpensive--the "South... More
Drinks in the restaurant were more than double the price than at the bar, which had a free buffet. When I asked the manager why the difference, since restaurant patrons were paying for food and drinks he said: "We're promoting the bar, not the restaurant. We want to build up the bar, not the restaurant." When I asked him what... More
My first time here. Small but clean restaurant. The waitstaff are polite & efficient & the food was good. I think it could have been better (more flavorful) like the rice for instance- was bland , no seasoning not even salt. I found that odd- Mexican fare should have a lil kick to it. The dessert I had- crepes w/caramel... More
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