We stayed at the Resort in mid-May and the six of us had dinner here. We sat outside in the balmy desert climate; I highly recommend doing that if the weather permits. The six of us (parents and "kids" in their late 20s) eat quite a bit of Mexican food, and really enjoy it. Many people have differing views of what constitutes good Mexican food; all I can say is that all six of us really enjoyed the meal and thought the food was good (not just OK or average, but flavorful and interesting). A welcome change from past visits is an improvement in service. The last time we were there (a few years ago), the service was miserably slow. This time it was friendly, prompt and efficient.
The food prices at a resort like this one were fairly reasonable: Tortilla Soup at $8; Carne Asada at $28; Shrimp fajitas at $26; a combination plate was $21.
Liquor was variable: $7 for a Negro Modelo beer; $14 for a perfect margarita; $12 a shot for a fantastic resposado tequila; $10 a glass for a decent but pretty low end Chardonnay.
We really enjoyed the place, and look forward to another delightful evening on their patio.
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