The place had a menu for lent (cuaresma) so there were lots of seafood and vegetable options. My husband had the batter fish strips that came with a pasilla chile mayo, which was excellent, and I had the trio of mini tostadas and then duo of chiles rellenos (stuffed chiles). All were excellent. The only disappointment was the black bean soup - I think the tortilla strips overpowered the soup, which I would have loved to taste more of. But in general, excellent service and I would go back in a flash to try more of their cuisine.
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