La Fiesta is a bit off beaten path, and welcomes the casual visitors with a parking lot for about a dozen cars. The place seems to mainly pitch margaritas and other drinks typical for Mexican places, which is usually a bad sign for the quality of the food. Turns out, my premonition was correct.
It's not that the food is outright bad, it's just bland-tasting and doesn't offer any differentation to make La Fiesta stand out. However, there were some positive things about the place as well. Four salsas definitely beats Fiesta Del Mar's three salsas, but the service is quite slow to replace the empty chips baskets even when not too many customers are around.
The interior looks well kept and is quite colorful, generally what you'd expect from a family Mexican place. Overall, La Fiesta is a good place to go if nothing else is available.