A perennial favorite among locals (the wait is worth it), Mi Nidito—"my little nest"—has also hosted its share of visiting celebrities. Following President Clinton's lunch here, the rather hefty Presidential Plate (bean tostada, taco with barbecued meat, chiles rellenos, chicken enchilada, and beef tamale with rice and beans) was added to the menu. Top that off with the mango chimichangas for dessert, and you're talkin' executive privilege.
Sep 29, 2011
I have been coming to Mi Nidito since moving to Tucson in the 1970's. Food is consistantly ample and delicious. Would recomment to anyone with a hankering fo great Mexican food. The Machaca is wonderful.
Aug 8, 2007
I concur with the last review. The food is mediocre, certainly not Tucson's best. Other than the fact that President Clinton ate here, the atmosphere has little to offer. If you want really good Tucson Mexican food, try La Poca Cosa. The food is far superior.