Yes, it's an expression you use when you like someone, but I also have heard it when a person talks about food
With a person: Me cae muy bien Sara, tiene una personalidad divertida (I really like Sara, she has a funny personality)
With food: no me cae bien la carne de pollo (I don't really know how to traduce this, but it basically means that the person can't tolerate chicken meat because it makes them sick) I hope you understood me
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