Dallas >Cyclone Anayas Mexican Kitchen
Atmosphere and food was great. The atmosphere and food was really good but the pricing is a little steep for what you actually get.
Best Quesadillsa Ever. My Husaband and I were invited by another friend to go out. We were blown away at the service by Mario and the food was unreal! I have lived all over Texas and I am a native to Dallas. My mother has owned resturants and I can tell you the beef and spinach quesadillas were to die for. We had such a wonderful time and have decided that Cyclones is our new favorite hang out and have invited a few other friends to join us! Don't walk, RUN to this exciting place!
very overpriced for basic Mexican food. Glorias is much better..........
Excellent food, service -- Very Pricey. Great food, great atmosphere, outstanding service; however, for tex-mex, outrageously expensive. Two beers, two Perfect Margaritas (which were outstanding, even though no prices listed for these on the menu, which the wait person was hesitant to reveal), one guacamole appertizer, and two enchilada plates were a surprising $74.56, PLUS tip. (extra for a change in the menu sauces; i.e. con queso on the enchiladas, instead of chle carne) Can't imagine whatt tab would have been had we ordered the house specialities, which sounded enticing. Loved the experience, but in this economy, one must wonder if a restaurant at this pricing level will last long. Glad I tried it and I will go back, maybe twice a year on special occasions.
Awesome Food & Atmosphere. Cyclone Anaya is like a breath of fresh air to the community. Have had the opportunity to have Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner at the restaurant. Would definitely recommend it to anyone who is wanting excellent Mexican cuisine. The margaritas are perfect for any meal and I might add "quite tasty". The crabmeat omelette is absolutely delicious. If you want to impress someone, this is the place to go. The atmosphere and decor of the restaurant is impeccable. Just an all around wonderful place to eat and relax....
Best Mexican Food in the State of Texas. OMG! After moving from Houston to Dallas a year ago I have been very disappointed in Dallas' version of good Mexican food. Until today! Cyclone's, our favorite Houston Mexican spot, is now open in Dallas! The food here is excellent, the margaritas amazing, and the wine list outstanding! You MUST go!
Great everything!. We have anxiously awaited a replacement for Nuevo Leon, which is greatly missed. What a pleasant surprise! The shrimp enchiladas had the most delectable sauce I've ever had. All the ingredients tasted fresh, and the service and atmosphere were spot on. We were there for lunch and did not try the margaritas, but they appeared to be made with fresh lime juice, not that green syrup stuff. We will go back to try them!
Son wrestles his father's Tex-Mex concept to Oak Lawn..
Started in 1966 by professional wrestler, Jesus "Cyclone Anaya" Valencia in Houston, this wildly popular franchise is dropping the "suplex" on Dallas with a location in Oak Lawn. His son, Rico Valencia, is the man behind the sleek 7,000 square foot space that features upscale stonework, steel lines and glass partitions. The menu is a nice blend of Tex-Mex and Gulf Coast seafood with specialties that include the shrimp mojo de ajo, (shrimp wet with garlic) and roasted chicken relleno.
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