EDA’S Latin Food

  4.2 – 239 reviews  $$ • Nicaraguan restaurant

EDA’S Latin Food is a Latin Restaurant located in Manassas, VA. We specialize in Latin Food, Nicaraguan Food, Central American Food, Hamburgers, Tacos, Beer, Breakfast, Takeout, Catering Services & more! Here at EDA’S Latin Food, our mission is to always provide delsious Latin Cuisine & friendly service at an affordable price. The success of our Nicaraguan Restaurant is due to our tasty, always fresh authentic Ethnic Latin Food. Customer satisfaction is always our number one priority! Stop in for a meal with us today, or call ahead for takeout.

✔️ Dine-in ✔️ Takeout ✔️ Delivery EDA'S Latin Food 20110



Address and Contact Information

Address: 9071 Liberia Ave, Manassas, VA 20110

Phone: (571) 292-2245

Website: https://www.edaslatinfoodmanassas.com/


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Reservations: edaslatinfoodmanassas.com

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Harley Stine
I dined at Eda’s in mid December 2021 with a friend of mine who is Nicaraguan. We shared and enjoyed a Nacatamal, Gallo Pinto, Tajadas Verdes, Cerdo Asada and an Arroz Con Pina drink. All ingredients were fresh and flavorful. Recipes were skillfully prepared and my friend Sonia said the fare was authentic. Eda’s is a small, unpretentious out-of-the way place. Food was served on paper plates with medium weight plastic cutlery. The restaurant is not easy to find making it clearly a destination location and menu prices are reasonable. Orders are taken at the counter and counter service is friendly.
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Nelly Smith
Food was so good and drinks as well. My belly was happy
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Claudia Urbina
Clean place, nice people, good food but I think it’s little bit expensive.
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saugata mukherjee
Ordering was easy, had the Sopa con Res, hot and tasty with hunks of beef rib and veggies. Happy with the quality of the food and the quick and careful service as well, even though I ordered carry out. Will definitely go back again, soon. Walking distance from my work. Yeah!
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Rafael Navarro
Food was excellent, traditional Nicaraguan food brings back great memories
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Dennis Oporta
Two days prior I had ordered a “Cacao” drink, it tasted nothing like the real Nicaraguan drink, they used water instead of milk. Didn’t have any complaints about the food (other than portions) so went back two days later. As you can see, I spent almost $120 at this place, but yet they refused to let me sample the “Cacao” drink. I wanted to give them another shot at it, maybe this time was done right. Most places let you sample their homemade drinks or soups at your request.
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yarot mendoza
The best food out there from nyc will be back friendly and clean proud to be NIcA.
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Giselle Santos
Visited this restaurant yesterday and everything was absolute TRASH. Beginning from the service from the woman at the cash register taking orders’ customer service was TERRIBLE. Seemed annoyed that they actually had some business. We asked for the quesillos to come out first. They took 30 mins to come out with two quesillos and the tortillas were old. Not to mention they don’t bring the food out to your table while dining in. They make you go get everything. We ordered the Saturday special which was the Gorda. You could tell NOTHING on the plate was fresh. There was no flavor to anything. Not even the Gallo pinto. So disappointing. On top of all that, we asked for two pieces of lime, the lady in the front charged us $1 for lime. Completely unsatisfied. Will not be dining here again. Save your money and make the food at home.
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John Sevilla
I’ve been here at least 10x and it’s worth the drive! My parents are from Nicaragua so i grew up eating this food. It’s a small spot but good service and the food is GREAT! I always get a carne asada fritanga and it’s always perfect. While i wait I usually get a Toña beer or a Rojita. This is the only Nicaraguan restaurant in the DMV and is definitely worth trying.
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The restaurant is very Nicaraguan with a nice selection of ethnic food from the country. The Quesillo is very popular and worth driving 45 minutes (I actually drive that far) as I haven’t found a nicer place that serves Nicaraguan cuisine. That said, the wait is long, longer than quoted on the phone and, today, they made my eggs were cooked the wrong way and the pen used to sign credit card receipts isn’t cleaned. I had to ask the lady to clean the pen and when she said that that was the only pen they had there I told her to refund my money and I’d pay with cash. The lady said that she didn’t have time and went to find a pen, found one and I was able to pay with a clean pen. If you have time to sit down and wait around for your food, it’s a pleasant experience and the food is good. Quesillo is best, breakfast dishes are good and I’d try the carne asada or chimichurri dishes. The nacatamle are too greasy and you can’t taste the ingredients as you can taste in good Nacatamale. All this said, it’s labor intensive and timing consuming to make this ethnic food and it’s a labor of love to cook to share this unique cuisine. Noy many authentic Nicaraguan restaurants around. Worth a trip to try all the yummy food!!
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