My wife and I took her little sister their for dinner; we thought it was delicious. We started with the house chips and salsa. Her little sister had gotten the Charro Plate which consisted of a beef taco, a pork tamale, and a beef enchilada. I ordered the chicken enchilada and my wife had gotten the Allegro Plate which consisted of a cheddar cheese enchilada, pork tamale, and a flaunta. It was all very filling. All dishes came with rice and beans. For dessert we shared a Tres Leches. Yummy! (what her little sister said after she took her last bite.
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