Don't be fooled with the outside or decor, the food is good! We had enchalada's and tostada's. Both dinners were good and service was fast. We will be back!
Food was OK, nothing spectacular. Margaritas tasted like they were made from powdered drink mix - yuck. A little pricy for mexican food.
I had the tamales and enchiladas. My husband had tacos. We had a couple Sols in ice cold frosty mugs as well. All for $30. Service was friendly and helpful. Food was authentic. Fun atmosphere.
Great authentic food. Try the chicken nachos, enough for 2 folks. Very cute and clean, great marquirettas.
I guess this review is a little one sided. I ate dinner here while visiting family. I live in Dallas Texas and this is not the TexMex food we eat there. The salsa tasted like watered down catsup. I ordered the shrimp tacos and there was one little shrimp in each taco. Refried beans were right out of the can... More
We found this place by accident several years ago and we go back often. Honestly, I don't understand the negative reviews...it baffles me. To each their own, but everytime we have visited we have been pleased.The food is authentic and delicious...and we are picky. My father-in-law was Mexican and the food here reminds me of his cooking. So good! The... More
Terrible service. Hostess spoke Spanish to another hostess in front of us, they were clearly Caucasian and were being rude. They have a great patio area that they will not seat you in, when it is clearly open. Margaritas are overpriced. Do your self a favor and go somewhere else, any where else, including a Taco Bell!
This is a cute little cozy authentically Mexican restaurant. The Staff is friendly, the drinks are good, the food amount is huge and the prices are low! Winner............
The service was amazing. Our waitress took the time to make wonderful suggestions. Which we took. and really enjoyed.
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