We thought we'd try this local restaurant because of the history, but the food was terrible. There have only been a couple of times in my life when I didn't want to finish my food after the first bite, but this was one of them. I didn't think it was possible to make a bad tamale, but they added a red sauce with ground beef on the top and it was gross. The folded taco was dripping grease and had no flavor. I would try another Mexican food restaurant and give this one a pass.
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