The salsa is made fresh throughout the day and the food is the real deal. Luna Azteca Mexican Grill has served authentic Mexican dishes for six years at The Village at Burlington Creek and has a second location in Tiffany Springs.
This family-ran business delights customers with their recipes and lengthy menu that originated in Estancia de los Lopez, Nayarit, the coastal section of western Mexico. With a combined 45 years of culinary expertise, the Barrera family serves ample portions made only from the freshest ingredients.
Customer favorites include the chile relleno, pork tamales, and chicken mole with carne asada, according to former food editor of the Kansas City Star Joyce Smith.
Don’t let the restaurant’s underwhelming exterior detour you. Inside awaits addicting queso dip, delightful decor and an impressive bar to enjoy a margarita or too at. The restrooms are spotless and have authentic Mexican tile and hand-painted porcelain sinks.
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