Whenever you eat a certain cuisine outside the original country, the food you get is most likely not to be totally authentic - and this is also the case at Anita's Cocina. Which doesn't mean it's bad, it's good. I wouldn't say excellent, but it's not bad. Some of the dishes do look a bit thrown together haphazardly and eithout much love. Last time my husband and dined there we made the mikstake of ordering an appetizer as well as a main dish - both of us - the dishes all came more or less together and hardly fot on the small table - and you could have fed four hungry people with it, easily ... and my husband is a bit eater. So you certainly get a lot of food for the price you pay. service is usually friendly, sometimes a bit slow. But the atmosphere is pleasant as well and I sure would recommend it for people going for food that's better and more Mexican outside Mexico than, say, Taco Bell ... what i didn't like was wehat almsot everything had cheese baked over it, but that's personal preference and taste. Just meant that since I can't tolerate cheese, I did a lot of scraping before eating.
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