Our family visited on Easter Sunday afternoon. The service, by two pleasant young men, was leisurely, but not overly slow. The Sopa Azteca was ok, but not very substantial, missing something I can't identify ... needed a little more chicken or vegetable chunks or something. The taquito appetizer with potato and chorizo were tasty, but no Mexican would recognize the taste of that chorizo. A flauta plate was fine but except for some beans was indistinguishable from the taquitos at twice the price. Queso fundido, which had more tomatoes and onions than cheese was nevertheless pronounced delicious. Cocina Lucero offers a number of dishes that are definitely beyond those found on all but the best Mexican menus. We might go back and try them someday when we're more hungry and they might earn a higher rating for the restaurant.
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