The restaurant is a relatively typical Mexican restaurant and nicer than your typical taqueria. Free chips and salsa came before the meal and the chips were good and although the salsa was homemade it had a flavor to it I wasn't overly fond of (lemon juice maybe?). I had the mole enchiladas with pastor, the pork was very good, the mole was perhaps slightly below average (I'm a bit of a mole snob) although it was buried under a lot of cheese so even the strong mole was sort of overpowered. If I came back I'd probably get something where the tasty pork could shine through more. The beans the rice were the typical boring type you get at 95% of Mexican restaurants.
Service was fast and attentive enough despite what appeared to be some slight language issues when ordering (which I actually consider a good sign). The decor included those brightly painted wooden cutout tables and chairs which bother me in more Americanized restaurants but I kind of liked here. All in all a thoroughly decent meal for a decent price which is more than I can say for most of the Mexican food I've had in Michigan.
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