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About Cocina Superior
Cocina Superior is Modern Tex Mex. Its old Mexico and contemporary America- in the kitchen, at the bar and on your plate! It's all your Tex Mex favorites, innovative original dishes that we know you'll come to love and an impressive selection of unique cocktails all served in a stylish setting, filled with sleek design, vibrant color and music to match. The restaurant can be enjoyed for lunch or dinner, indoors or out, year round, thanks to a large heated and air conditioned patio. The full service bar features an extensive array of Mexican and domestic beers, an impressive wine list, and a menu of house drinks that promises to satisfy. With an outdoor fountain, side lounge and a unique glass-walled bar, Cocina Superior is the place to enjoy the latest cocktail or have a beer with friends.
Homewood, AL 35209-4501
Mexican / Southwestern, Mexican
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Saturday & Sunday: 9:30am - 1:30pm
Lunch: Monday - Sunday: 11:00am - 4:00pm
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm
Friday & Saturday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
At Cocina Superior we know that your special events vary, so we offer several catering options. We deliver food to groups of 10 or more, ordered off the catering menu (delivery fee applies), with everything you need for a great meal, including disposable plates, napkins, flatware, and serving utensils. We offer full service, off-site catering and have chafing dishes and other serving pieces for rent when you choose Cocina Superior to cater your party. 24-hour notice is appreciated for delivery orders.
Cocina Superior offers Valet Parking every day for lunch and dinner. There is also a parking deck directly across the street.
Bar Dining, Beer, Delivery, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Cocina Superior Ratings and Reviews
One of our favorites got even better. My grandmother is 93 and hard of hearing. What really set this experience apart from the rest was the host. He was so kind to help her get seated, move her walker to a safe area and even turn the music down so she could hear better. We will be back!
My husband and I decided to catch a last minute bite on a Saturday evening. Although we made a reservation, we really didn't need it. We were able to be seated right away. The service was fast and the food was good. It is not authentic mexican, more commercial, but still tasty. Overall it was a nice trendy place to hangout.
I ordered chicken tacos and was expecting grilled chicken on them. There were chunks of chicken, not shredded.... but I tried one by itself and it tasted bland and like it had been boiled in a pot. Other than that the beans and rice were great. The server must have been busy with other tasks since it was between lunch and dinner and I think it was a manager came up and took our order. Except for the chicken it was very good all around. I had eaten here before and brought two friends to try it out. They were pleased with their meals and said they would definitely be back.
We had dinner on Sunday So took advantage of happy hour pricing on Margaritas - $8 for a large. The complimentary tortilla chips were thin and fresh. We ordered the small guacamole bowl (not made STG the table). It was fine - but nothing special. The Enchilada entrees we had - chicken with Mole sauce and chicken and Spinach with salad - were both quite tasty. We sat outside on a pleasant evening and service was competent. Overall, a very good experience.
We reserved a table for ten, and ate brunch pre-graduation. I was a little stressed over time (you can't be late for graduation after all) but service was great and timely. We were in and out in about an hour and a half and had a relaxed brunch with cocktails. I was not crazy about the huevos rancheras, I've had better--but overall I'd give them a B+
Casual atmosphere with good food and a fun vibe! The people who work here are friendly and knowledgeable about the menu. Everything I've ever eaten here has been good. Except for the gluten free tortillas, which should just come off the menu because the corn tortillas are gluten free and they actually taste good.
I was disappointed. The noise level in the room to the right with the garage doors was almost unbearable. Yes it was packed and noise comes with the territory but it bounced off the doors and the glass. At times we couldn't talk because we couldn't hear. Food was average and service was fine. Don't plan to return unless planning to sit at the bar for drinks.
I always enjoy this restaurant! The food is above average and the drinks are tasty. Order drinks from the bar if you are seated in the dining room. The drinks from the kitchen are not as good. Service is good. Chips and salsa are the best. Can be pricey if you plan to eat and drink!
This restaurant had been recommended by friends & it did not disappoint! The shrimp brochette was DELICIOUS as was the chipotle shrimp. The salsa was addicting & the table side guacamole was so good!! We even went back the next day for lunch bc dinner was so good. The shrimp brochette was not on the lunch menu but they made it for us anyway!!! Highly recommend this place!!
We had reservations, but were seated 15 minutes after our reservation time. It was another 20 minutes before anybody took our order. It was so noisy, I couldn't hear my husband across our table for two. Food was okay, but I do t think we will be back too soon.
We were glad to have made a reservation for this Saturday evening, as the place was crowded and there was a small queue in the lobby and outside. When the hostess tried to place us at a small table just off the lobby, we requested and received a different, larger table in a better location. Nice and responsive.
The menu has a lot of choices. We've been here for lunch and those selections are available, but the dinner selections are also good. My wife had the veggie-licious enchiladas and said they were fine but unremarkable. Basically just sauteed vegetables rolled in tortillas with cheese on top. Adding salsa helped. I had the roasted pork enchiladas, which were very good (I recommend them). We also sprung for a small guacamole - would have preferred to pay less than $7, but it tasted very fresh and was chunky, not completely pureed.
The arroz verde is delicious and the beans also flavorful. My wife doesn't usually like refried beans, but complemented these (maybe because her veggie enchiladas were meh).
Our server was prompt and attentive, but not very well-versed in the menu. He didn't know the price of well cocktails ("about $7, I think") and when asked to describe the roasted pork enchiladas, didn't understand that they're not just pork rolled up, but are quite juicy and almost al pastor. As for the cocktails, they were very small, definitely overpriced and not worth the $6.50. Have a beer or margarita instead.
We'll be back. This is a good spot.
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