Cooking for one is often more trouble than it’s worth. And if you pick the right menu item, it’s enough food for two meals. A recent trip to Sangria’s in Tucker turned out to be two large meals. First there’s the drink of choice, obviously the Sangria. It’s sweet, inexpensive at $4.95 a glass, but not very potent. I do like the fresh fruit and it’s clear that it’s made up fresh because the fruit is very firm.
Their portions are always generous, but the Friday night special, filet mignon fajitas ($13.95), is a huge portion. If you are there with another person, just split it. I can’t be sure it’s really filet mignon, but the meat was tender and flavorful. It was served very hot with grilled onions, tomatoes and cooked in a chimichurri sauce. It all warmed up well the next day too.
I can also add that the patio was the perfect spot for this lovely spring weather and my waitress was very attentive.