Carne asada was a small piece of meat that was very tough. My son had the tacos that were awful. Wife had a shrimp dish that had small grocery store shrimp. Highlight was the guacamole and salsa. We are not mole fans so cannot comment on that. The black beans were served cold. OK , fair is fair, we are from Texas originally and maybe a tad spoiled, but this was a disater dinner and not cheap. Neighborhood sketchy. Oh, yeah, the draw was chef -owner was ex Fontera Grill guy... oh well, needs work... Friday night at 9pm and place was dead.... go figure.
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