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Casa Mexicana Restaurant Review

Have you ever found yourself in a rut?  I mean the kind of rut that seems inescapable, unavoidable, but completely and in every way delicious?  Casa Mexicana is my favorite rut.  Anytime my husband and I get an opportunity for a date night (or date afternoon …  we’ll take whatever we can get), we always seem to end up at there.  The combination of my husband’s love of Mexican food together with my salsa obsession guarantees that this rut will run deep for a very long time.

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This is NOT sponsored by Casa Mexicana.  I am NOT receiving money nor free goods in exchange for this review.  All opinions are my honest opinions.  Every picture is taken by me.  All food pictured here was paid for by my husband.  Thank you, Honey!

Casa Mexicana has my favorite salsa in the Memphis area.

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Casa Mexicana’s Salsa & Chips

I’m obsessed with salsa & chips.  Maybe it is because I have not perfected my own salsa recipe yet.  Why should I when Casa Mexicana already has?  If my husband knows that I am having a bad day, he picks up a To-Go order of salsa & chips.  Yes, that is a thing.  These chips are so thin and crispy.  The salsa is so flavorful that I could drink it… okay, maybe I have actually drank it before, but I’m pretty sure no one was looking.  You can keep a secret, right?  It has enough spice to be salsa while still being just mild enough that I can eat a large scoop of salsa on my chip.  That’s how I like to eat salsa… large scoops… you know, when I’m not drinking it.

If you find yourself craving Mexican food in Memphis, you should try Casa Mexicana.

Full location disclosure:  I am specifically referring to the Casa Mexicana located on Hacks Cross in Memphis, Tennessee as well as the one located on Goodman Road in Olive Branch, Mississippi which is right across the Mississippi/Tennessee border.  The Casa Mexicana in the Bartlett, Tennessee area near Wolfchase Mall puts too much cilantro in their salsa… IMHO (in my humble opinion).  If you’re a huge cilantro fan, that may be the best location for you.

Shrimp Nachos from Casa Mexicana.
Casa Mexicana Shrimp Nachos

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Casa Mexicana’s Entrees

You can find an online menu for Casa Mexicana at Zomato.com.  They have all the classic Mexican entrees that you would come to expect from a Mexican restaurant.  The Seafood and Vegetarian sections of their menu is my favorite.

Casa Mexicana Tostada
Casa Mexicana Tostada

My current obsession is the Shrimp Chimichangas (pictured below).  Shrimp grilled with a nice pop of Mexican spices with tomatoes, bell peppers, and onions and stuffed into a flour tortilla which is deep fried.  Oh my goodness!  It is served with a huge serving of beans and rice along with lettuce, pico de gallo, sour cream, and guacamole.  The guacamole is one of the reasons I order this dish.  The shrimp chimichangas come with FREE guacamole.

Casa Mexicana Shrimp Chimichanga
Casa Mexicana Shrimp Chimichanga

My husband likes the Build Your Own Combo section.  He especially likes their burritos, but he has been known to get a tostada, flauta, or taco from time to time.

Casa Mexicana Burrito
Casa Mexicana Burrito

My youngest son likes to try different things from the seafood menu.  Those are his Shrimp Nachos several pictures up.  My oldest son, however, prefers to stick with the tried and true.  He generally sticks with the Casa Mexicana Quesdadilla ordered with pico de gallo and sour cream on the side (pictured below).

Casa Mexicana Quesadilla
Casa Mexicana Quesadilla

If you find yourself in the Memphis area craving Mexican food, try them for yourself.

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If you find yourself craving Mexican food in Memphis, I recommend Casa Mexicana.

About Trisha

Trisha Kilpatrick is a homeschooling mother of three. She has a degree in Education with a double major in Elementary and Special Education, but she is more proud of her countless hours of volunteer work in Children’s Church. She believes that all children can learn and that, in life, simple is almost always best. *Affiliate links are used on this site. I may be compensated when you click on or buy from these links. If you have any questions, you can contact me at questions@trishadishes.com .

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