When this place opened up a couple of years ago in an old building next to the railroad tracks, I gave them 6 months. Then............ I started to hear of people who had eaten there. Then........ I said that I had to try it. Have eaten there twice now (and will go back again!) Here are my observations: This is a hole in the wall building that has been many things, including, most recently, a Hispanic grocery store. It sits on a little corner at a 4-way stop along side the railroad tracks. The parking lot is woefully tiny, as is the inside. (Remember this used to be a little grocery store.) It is too dark and loud inside. Have I scared you off yet? Having said that.......
The food in this little place is really, really good! Salsa is homemade, and not too hot. Cheese dip is good. Each dish I have had, and my friends and family have had are REALLY, REALLY good. Today I tried the burrito al carbon. It was a good foot long and about 3 inches in diameter. Served with rice and nachos topped with cheese sauce, pico de gallo, and crumbled cheese, it was enough for two meals. My niece had the green chili enchiladas, and pronounced them yummy as well.
They do have a lot of specials, so you can spend as much or as little as you want. Our tab with 2 entrees, cheese dip, and beverages was $30, but we did not order any of the specials.
I am happy to see they are doing so well. It is plain to see why - their food is really, really good. I WOULD love to see them brighten up the inside and turn the TV's down so it is a little more cozy in the dining area. All in all, it is a much better experience to dine here than one of the chain Tex-Mex places.
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