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New Baya Bistro, across from Super Lake

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Posted 10 May 2012 - 02:50 AM

What's a Texas burger? Do they have anything besides wraps and hamburgers?

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Posted 10 May 2012 - 08:18 AM

Oh, I forgot to mention, our party of 12 asked for 12 plates to share the hamburger and wrap. They looked at us funny, and first they brought us 144 plates...

Hahahaha! Thanks for the laugh.

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Posted 10 May 2012 - 08:20 AM

Sounds great I hope they are still open when I get back to Lakeside in June, Maybe someone can take me there for my birthday June 27th....Hint hint hint

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Posted 10 May 2012 - 09:57 AM

sorry... my bad....I misunderstood the reason for this web board.....won't happen again.
buen provecho everybody.

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Posted 10 May 2012 - 11:50 AM

sorry... my bad....I misunderstood the reason for this web board.....won't happen again.
buen provecho everybody.

Hey, not picking on anybody, just looking for a little stress relief. Sorry. Keep up the reviews, please. I mightn't have gone without your review.

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Posted 10 May 2012 - 09:30 PM

My wife and I and our dog, Tally, went to the restaurant on Wednesday. They have a lovely back area which allows dogs. They even brought us a water dish. It was a very pleasant experience, and we will be going back. Their menu says that they serve breakfast, lunch (soups, wraps, burgers, and salads), snacks, and drinks. For a Snack, we had the Chicken Satay (45 pesos). It was excellent. Moist... tasty ... and nicely served with a great peanut sauce. With also got a fish taco (20 pesos) to try out... very good. In addtion, we shared an original burger (55 pesos). The burger was well cooked with nice condiments. We didn't have any trouble getting an extra plate. To drink we each had a smoothie. Both of ours were excellent (35 pesos each for the small, which was really quite large).

We talked to the owner/chef; what a nice and attentive man. He is Dutch/Canadian and very proud of his efforts here. He loves dogs! He is building a bakery in the back. He made sure that we were under the umbrella and had good shade. He wants feedback, including criticism, so he can improve his restaurant.

The layout of the restaurant is lovely. It may look small from the front, but it isn't. There is the front seating section, then a large covered patio in the back. The place where dogs can sit is another patio in the back. This area would also be good for small children, since there is a fenced in grass area. Everyone can hear fountains from their seats.

The drive thru works for small cars. There is parking in the back, so you can park and pick-up, too.

Since we don't speak much Spanish, it helped that the waitress did. There is a paper and pen menu process that made it even easier. You put a checkmark next to the items you want.

Our dog has requested a return visit, since everyone was so nice to her.

Gary and Carol
Without our pets, our wallets would be full, our house would be clean, but our hearts would be empty.

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