Where to get Fajitas
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2008 Feb 24
I've been burned a couple of times in the past getting shafted on the tortillas, so now I ask for extra when I place my order. Problem solved! Fajita lovers take note - ask for more tortillas if ordering takeaway!

2008 Feb 24
That sounds like a mistake! When you eat in, they happily bring you more tortillas on request. For take out they should be more generous than that, since obviously you can't ask for more.

2008 Feb 24
FYI - I guess the sharp increase in flour prices has hit Lone Star. Tonight a bunch of us split a 1-pound chicken/steak combo for takeout, and they only gave us 6 fajita wraps - less than 2 per person :(

I should have taken a pic of some of the overstuffed fajitas that ensued...

2007 Sep 25
I could really use one of those little tortilla making machines in my kitchen. These are the best fajitas you'll find in the city. A 1/2 pound is ~$20 and is more than enough for 2 people to feast on (although they could work on the onion/pepper ratio and be a little more generous on the meat sometimes)

2007 Sep 14
The best hands down. It's the fresh tortillas that make the difference. My husband and I always share a half pound of steak fajitas (I find the chicken a little bland) and we always leave really satisfied and very full!



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2007 Sep 18
They give you more chicken here than their counterparts Lone Star and Mexi's. A little high on the onion to peppers ratio, but there were plenty of fixins like guac, tomatoes, and shredded cheese to fill the void. I must say though, I prefer the fajita wraps at Lone Star. Nice patio for people watching in the summertime.




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2007 Sep 30
I popped in to try the "old menu" because I was curious about the Restaurant Thing website's claim that "COULD BE THE BEST FAJITAS I HAVE HAD IN OTTAWA."

Not even close! Whoever wrote that has clearly never sampled Lone Star. The steak itself was all right (less tender, less moist, less tasty, but decent). It came sizzling with plenty of onions, which was nice. Everything else was somewhere between bad and sort of bad. Fajita wrappers were of course nothing like the fresh homemade Lone Star ones. I didn't touch my lettuce, as it was a limp and rusty shredded Iceberg. Salsa was from a jar as was the guacamole (extra charge).



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2007 Jul 30
I have to say that the fajitas are the most uninspiring I've ever had.




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