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Recent reader reviews

Avo and Dram: "This establishment is a welcome addition to the area!"

Niki's West: "Their warm Bananna Pudding is probably one of the best desserts i have ever had!"

Maria's: "The salsa is excellent, almost addictive."

Lovoy's: "... incredibly disappointed with our service."

Surin: "... truly fine Thai dining, without sacrificing authenticity."

Chuck's Fish: A reviewer in April said "We will definitely be back!" But one in May complained of too much salt.

DeVinci's: "Yes they do 'take their time,' but the food is worth the wait."

Iguana Grill: "Great Tamales and I crave the roasted pepper salsa."

Posted on Thursday, June 3, 2010 at 10:45AM by Registered CommenterDeborah Lockridge in , | Comments1 Comment

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Tried the Tamale's from D's, Iguana Grill, EVERY Mexican Rest. in the area and the ones at Williams Orchard. No one and I mean NO ONE makes Tamale's anywhere close to the Mancha's we grew up on! Seem's like there is a market for someone to duplicate them at some price that would be profitable enough to sustain them.

July 5, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterDave from Vestavia

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