Very tasty, authentic Mexican food. We went for a late dinner aon a Saturday evening while on vacation in Galveston. Our waiter did a good job and we were pleased with the service. My husband had fajitas and he really enjoyed them. The tortillas were homemade. I had chicken tostadas and they were great. The queso was very spicy which my husband really liked. The only bummer was that the restaurant had a funny smell to it. Not sure if they were having a sewer problem or not. Probably an isolated incident. The decor reminded me of Mexico. Overall it was a great dining experience. We will definitely go back when we return to Galveston.
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