Everyone in my family loves this place! I get the same thing every time.
To start off, their chips and salsa are the best I've ever had. The salsa is usually not hot at all but every once in a while it has a little kick to it. This implies it's made in house. Next, they bring you homemade flour tortillas. You can actually watch as they are being made at the large machine. They have their own brand of squeezable butter on every table that is meant to go on the tortillas. We buy whole bottles of it for use at the house. Their beef fajitas are delicious. The meat is always tasty and juicy. Served on the side of the dish is what they call "fajita butter". I can't tell you how tasty it is. If you don't order fajitas and want to try some (I like dipping plain flour tortillas in it), it costs $1.05 ala carte. If you're a big fan of their flour tortillas, they sell them by the dozen and beat any store bought brand. I want to say they are $1-$2 a dozen. I also like their enchiladas, quesadillas, and nachos.
Dessert is on the house. They will ask if you want sopapillas. If you don't, you can always get an ice cream cone on the way out.
Here are some tips:
1) If you want privacy, ask to be seated in the elevated portion of the restaurant.
2) If you are seated in a booth, you have to deal with a lot of foot traffic with people using the restroom.
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