We visited Galena this past weekend, (Saturday, October 12, 2013). We were a bit skeptical about going into a place where there were no other cutomers for lunch but the advertising board outside Ayalas listed great Mexican food and that was exactly what we wanted. The host was very nice when bringing us to our table, explaining they had a buffet or we could order from the menu. We ordered the guacamole, which was bitter and tasted "off" - too much lime perhaps. We were next served a rather soggy salad, drenched in some type of raspberry, too-sweet dressing with half-baked dinner rolls on the side. The main course, chicken fajitas, (which, by the way, was the only thing on the menu close to being Mexican food) arrived on a plate, not a cast-iron servig dish as expected, filled with greasy oil that had taken over the onions and peppers. The chicken was dry and coated with a strange tasting seasoning. All-in-all, a very bad and expensive dining experience. On top of it, it took an hour and a half to be served all three "courses". Oh, and the buffet - two people came in while we were waiting for our food and ordered the buffett - mac and cheese and very fatty meat was what I could see on their plates - what a disaster and STILL not Mexican food. What's up with that???
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