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01/18/12Provided by Citysearch
There isn't really much to say except when you walk in and you are greeted by teenage shop lifters.....
Watch out they might try to steal your credit card or who knows what else....
And yes it is very easy to get a table there even when they are busy.. what does that tell you????
This was my favorite place going in the past ...now I just lose my taste for going there ...knowing they hire teenagers with out checking references. Doesn't anybody have standards any more??????
07/05/09Provided by Citysearch
It was easy to get a table - this may be due to any of the following issues:
The waitress did not explain that their ""cheese dip"" is the same goop served on nachos at little league concession stands or that our itemized receipt would include charges of $0.75 and $0.25 for salsa and lettuce, respectively. The price of menu items was not low enough to justify nickel-and-dime'ing us for what amounted to a pinch of condiments.
The decor in the Restaurant consisted of several clever adaptations of well-known paintings modified to include iguanas as well as generally festive, bright appointments giving a tropical cantina atmosphere. This in no way prepared me for entering the men's restroom. Imagine a high school boys' locker room - musty, warm, humid, with a reek of urine and no shortage of stains and peeling paint to identify the source of said reek. Had I gone to the restroom before ordering I would have paid for my drink, left, and saved myself from overpaying for disappointing food.
The dishes served should not have been called ""Mexican"" and barely warranted the title ""Tex-Mex"". Enchilada sauce looked and tasted similar to seasoning available in a can or at a fast-food restaurant rather than having the texture and flavor one would expect to accompany a $10 dish - I realize $10 is cheap, but compared to authentic Mexican restaurants the price is quite high.
If you're looking for a place to take a large group of youngsters for food without the risk of flavor or texture and an opportunity to pay dine-in prices for concession-stand quality food, The Salty Iguana is for you.
- General Info
- Salty Iguana Mexican Restaurant is an eating establishment that offers a variety of lunch and dinner options. It specializes in Mexican cuisine and maintains locations in Kansas and Missouri. The restaurant serves a selection of appetizers, soups, burgers, sandwiches and desserts. Salty Iguana Mexican Restaurant offers a special children s menu that include cheese torts, fries and chicken fingers. The restaurants menu includes quesadillas, chimichangas, tacos and fajitas. It also provides a variety of beef, pork and chicken dishes. Salty Iguana Mexican Restaurant offers chicken, fajita and dinner salads. The restaurant additionally provides black beans, corn tortillas and jalapenos.
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- Regular Hours
Mon - Thu: Fri - Sat: Sun:
- Mexican Restaurants, American Restaurants, Caterers, Latin American Restaurants, Mexican & Latin American Grocery Stores, Restaurants
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- Price Range
- Highland Manor
The Salty Iguana Mexican Restaurant
The Salty Iguana
- Other Information
Cuisines: Caterers, Mexican, American, Latin American
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Alcohol: Full Bar
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: No
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average