First off, if you're looking for nachos, queso fundido, and unlimited chips and salsa at your table...this is not the place for you. On the other hand, if you're looking for authentic (and often creative) mexican fare, including some dishes that are pre-hispanic, this is the place for you. The tamale appetizer came with 5 small tamales (tilapia, coconut, beef, pork, chicken) which were all fantastic. The chicken flautas were perfectly authentic, as was the sope de bistec. The grasshopper tacos (flautas)--yes, grasshopper--were fine, however they were nothing special so I would probably not re-order those. The shrimp entree was one of the best hispanic food entrees I've ever had, as was the pork with peanut and cinnamon sauce. My wife's soup was everything she could've wanted, and my mother loved her chile relleno. Overall, some truly fantastic food, and I very much look forward to returning.
The service was equally good, and the food came out promptly and all the food was nice and warm/fresh. The prices were more than fair, especially given the quality of the food. Unfortunately, they lack a liquor license, so it's beer and wine (and sangria) only, so no margaritas, tequila, or mixed drinks here. That being said, this place is not to be missed and I look forward to coming back soon.
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