Went here for lunch to try out this fairly new restaurant. The food was okay, but it didn't necessarily wow me. They start you with chips and salsa, as many Mexican restaurants do, the salsa was good, but the chips seemed a little too well done to me. For a meal I got the make your own combo, where I got a cheese enchilada and a chicken burrito. The cheese enchilada barely had any cheese at all it, it was so flat, that I really couldn't even see the cheese and all you could taste was the corn tortilla. The burrito was better with a decent amount of shredded chicken, although not too much else. Both were covered in a gravy like sauce, that added a bit of flavor, but if you weren't expecting it, you might not care for it. The meal also came with rice and beans. The rice I thoroughly enjoyed, as it seemed to have a good flavor and the beans were adequate, as it's hard to screw up refrieds. I would go here again, but maybe in a little bit of time, as they were still playing with their menu and also seemed to still be experimenting. As I said, the food was okay, but certainly wouldn't make me go out of my to go here, at least at this moment.
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