I've been here a lot, since I work nearby and frequently join colleagues for drinks after work as well as going for dinner with my spouse. There is a lot of potential here, but the restaurant doesn't quite get there. The food can be hit-or-miss. I've ordered things that have been great one time, and horrible the next. The service can also be a problem. Some of the servers speak very little English, so it's not uncommon to get a messed up order that has to be re-done.
They have really good chicken wings, which are spicy but not saucy. The enchiladas can be good, but order them a la carte; you'll save a lot of money, and the rice and beans aren't worth the extra cost, anyway. There is also a burrito that's pretty good, but I can't remember which one. They tend to go heavy with cilantro in the salsa and in some of the dishes, which my spouse can't stand. If you're not a fan of cilantro, beware! Overall, it's a decent place, but I wish they'd work on consistency in the food and only putting fluent English speaking servers on the floor.
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