The La Fondas have been seperately owned for years now and this is the weak link in the pack. This one is owned by a nice and rich gentlemen who, with all his good intentions and Alamo Heights politeness, just cannot put it together like La Fonda Oak Hills and Main Street can. There is just no za-za-zoo to this place, it is about as generic and plain as a Taco Bell in New York City. Go to the other La Fondas, but avoid this one.
Pros: Mild food, Grandma won't find it the least bit spicy
Cons: The Food / Ambience / Experience is Bland, Bland, Bland