The portions are giant. You either have to plan to take half your meal home with you, or order a single serving for two.
We were a group of about 10, and they supplied us with an endless quantity of free salsa and basic nacho chips. We supplemented this with a very good guacamole from the menu, and that was all the appetizer we needed.
Meat and chicken entrees all seemed to be pretty great.
Strict vegetarians: either pick an entree with beans only (safe and delicious) or go for the vegetarian fajitas, which come sizzling in an iron griddle and prominently feature mushrooms. The other "vegetarian" dishes seem to be mostly about something straight from the freezer and prepared without much imagination.
The place has the reputation that this is where local Mexicans come to eat.
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