Price Range : Under $10 ($)
Adress: 2303 US Hwy 259 S, Diana, TX 75640
Phone: (903) 663-2405
- list_altTakes ReservationsNo
- credit_cardAccepts Credit CardsYes
- directions_bikeBike ParkingNo
- accessibilityGood for KidsYes
- groupGood for GroupsYes
- volume_upNoise LevelAverage
- transit_enterexitOutdoor SeatingNo
- tvHas TVYes
I have been to Tele's in Diana, TX a total of two times, and I must say, this place serves the best Mexican food in East Texas. One of the things that you will instantly find out about this place, is that the chips are super crispy, not greasy, and the salsa is superb. There is a warm salsa upon request, but be warned. It is very spicy! However, if you want warm salsa that is milder, they have that option.
Some of the best dishes I have discovered so far is the Chimichanga, which is available in chicken, ground beef, or fajita steak, or the combination fajitas. Unlike other restaurants, when you order fajjitas here, they come out sizzling in the pan. Very nice! Beans and rice are very tasty and best of all, food is not greasy. Sizeable portions, fantastic service, and all wrapped up in a quintessential hole in the wall restaurant.
I have eaten here a few times and have finally found my favorite dish! Alan's Tender Gulf Shrimp with the A La Diabla sauce. I will probably order this now for all future visits. I also tried the Special Red Snapper ( yummy) our server was great.
The food was only mediocre, the service was ok, salsa is bland and watery. The tea was terrible and weak as water.
Love this place, all of the locations are family owned and operated! The Diana location is the one I frequent, extremely fast service, in and out for lunch faster than some so called fast food joints! Great food too!
This is mine and my husbands favorite Mexican restaurant. The salsa is the best (they say they make it everyday, which i beleive cause i can eat spoonfuls of it!) and the staff is super friendly. Last night I had their "special" sun set fajitas which was chicken (or steak) with kind of a spicy queso on it and flour or corn tortillas. Their sweet tea is good! I usually get their quesadillas which are very good. The restaurant could use an update cause its kind of plain and and odd Mexican/ John Wayne decor, but the food makes up for the environment.