The appetizers were okay but never have heard of chicken wings or fried calamari at a Mexican restaurant. The seafood ceviche was decent but no kick in it. I ordered the red snapper, it was cooked nicely with a fresh jicama slaw. My husband had the carne Asada; it was cooked fine (he ordered it medium rare) but it was not cut as it should have been. The drinks were okay but never heard of a maraschino cherry in a margarita! Service was attentive for the party of 10. The poblano rice was good but lukewarm. The restaurant did not have many people in it. It seems like the ballrooms were packed with weddings and Quincenerias.
It was not authentic Mexican and the food was average at best.
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