Although the prices have gone up a little too much over the last two or three years, I would still recommend the restaurant for occasional dining. Prefer to eat there for dinner as the lunch menu prices are the same as the dinner prices, and if you are not careful you will end up with an expensive parking ticket on your car from the lot outside the restaurant to boot!. I do enjoy their nachos although it does seem like the quantity on the plate has been shrinking - and for $14, I think they should give you a lot more than a one layer spread of nachos on an average sized dinner plate. My husband seems to like the beef quesidillas but I find their quesidillas to be plain and blah. It looks like the only ingredient is beef under the tortilla and not much flavor unless you smother it with sour cream and salsa. Even though the prices are a bit steep for Mexican fare, the restaurant is always crowded when we have gone. I had one bad incident there about a year ago when the manager in charge argued with me over the meal I ordered, but other than that, have typically felt satisfied with the meal and the service. I wish there was a 3.5 star rating for good as they fall somewhere in between average and very good. I would not give it higher than four stars until their prices come more in line with the quantity that they serve.
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