Old standby. Consistent. Not too crowded. Baby friendly. They even have crayons etc for some older babies. We were craving something hot and comforting on a grim Friday night. Obstacle - we had a fussy baby on our hands. We wouldn't make the same mistake of taking him to shinsengumi or another hole in the wall in little tokyo so we set out to try our luck at Curry House.Parking wasn't too bad in their underground lot (free for an hour). Once we arrived we saw that the restaurant was not that crowded. We had our pick of tables, stroller was no problem, and they have a changing table in the bathroom.I ordered the deluxe chicken katsu and a side of curry pan. Devoured everything.
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Baby friendly and stroller friendly and surprisingly delicious Mexican food in Glendale/Verdugo/Montrose area.Their margaritas are strong. They ain't joking around and I appreciate that.They have a separate back room for families and larger parties. It's quieter and more spacious for strollers.I've had so much of their foods here. I love the moles, the chiles rellenos, chile en nogada. This time I wanted to try something new so I got the albondigas. Meatballs stuffed with hard boiled eggs and enrobed in delicious chipotle sauce. It comes with rice and beans.As a new mom who doesn't want to sacrifice her adventurous foodie side, I fell in love with La Cabanita all over again.
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Went here on a weekday lunch with our infant and stroller. The outdoor seating was perfect for us as it was almost deserted in the back and we were able to make as much noise as we wanted.The food was fresh and healthy (well, healthy if you chose grilled fish like my husband and not like me...I chose the traditional fish taco prep of battered and fried shrimp and scallop tacos). Overall it was a great deal, healthier than the neighborhood taco joint, and super family-friendly and baby-friendly. This will definitely make our weekly rotation.The salsa and agua fresca was great, too.