Large servings. Outstanding service from Ramon. Great view if you're next to the windows. I had 2 tacos, shrimp with a sauce to add and asada for $3.75 each, and so avoided the rice, beans and soup that came with most meals. With the guacamole was easily enough. The 3 others couldn't finish their meal, so much, especially rice and beans, but burritos said to be good. House margaritas were $ 8 (pretty weak). Guacamole made at table side in amounts of ingredients you can choose--very fresh, liked by all of us. If you are seated before 5 p.m., you can order from the lunch menu: smaller portions and less expensive. Happy hour only applies if you're seated at the bar. Guitar player played briefly. Very popular and very full, but adequate parking. We've eaten in restaurants in Mexico at least 50 times and their meal was fairly authentic, similar in cost, but larger portions typical of Las Vegas.