Santa Barbara > Restaurants > Lilia's
Ca Dario

No longer in business
Opened: 2006-07 Closed: 2007-09

5746 Hollister Ave, Goleta
Phone: (805) 683-1719

  • Category: Mexican
  • Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-8:30pm, Sat-Sun 8am-9pm
  • Price: < $10
  • Serving: Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner
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Reviews by the General Public

I want to give Lilia 10 stars please! , 5/11/2007
Reviewer: Max Gonzales from Santa Barbara, CA
Honestly, the best tacos in town. Even better than Tijuana, which, I guess, isn't as authentic as we Calfornians would like to believe. I was personally served by Lilia and our dinner for 3 which was more food than any of us could eat was only 28 dollars! Are you serious? Honestly, bring on the cheese! Lilia, if you are single, will you marry me and take me to your Mexican heaven? Lilia and Lilia's is a winner. Go there, eat well, be happy!

Ample Portions Good Food and Nice Owner, 4/28/2007
Reviewer: Jon from Santa Barbara
Eat here regulary as my office is close. They have a good selection and will tailor your food to your needs, ie no chile etc if you cant do chile ! Nice sice portions and the owner is always very pleasant.

Two thumbs up!, 12/13/2006
Reviewer: LNN from Goleta, CA
Our company decided to go w/ a Mexican-themed meal for our holiday lunch. AWESOME decision. The compliments keep coming from very full employees! We ordered cheese enchiladas, chicken and beef tamales, and beef fajitas--and on the side--rice, beans, chips, salad, and salsa. YUM! This is one lunch that everyone will be talking about for awhile!

Just like from Mexico-Awsome Seafood, 10/19/2006
Reviewer: Shani from Goleta
I love the food here. I have never had an order I didn't like. Same goes for my boyfriend he'll warn you to watch out for the little orange peppers in the bondego soup(spell) they are very hot!!! Great prices & I always walk a way with a doggie bag....Love it!!!

Great cerviche, 10/12/2006
Reviewer: Reed from Santa Barbara
It's been 3 or 4 months since I visited Lilia's, but I've been twice and their seafood is definitely the highlight. They have everything ranging from huge oyster platters, to mexican-style seafood cocktail, to, in my opinion, their best options: a variety of different cerviches. If you're a big cerviche fan, I definitely reccomend it. Chips are also tasty. Rice comes with peas, carrots, and little green beans mixed in - a nice touch to an otherwise common side dish. Besides seafood, they also offer a host of more traditional Mexican faire (they have a very large menu). The clientele is, also, often predominately Mexican, so you know they must be doing something right. : )

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