Driving by Culpepper, we decided to stop here for a late lunch. In my never ending quest for the world's best chile relleno, I tried that along with a tamale and burrito in their combo plate. The wife had taco, tostado and enchelada. Sorry to say, we were both disappointed, having lived in CA for a while and experienced real Mexican. The relleno was missing egg batter and was quite small. Everything seemed to be very bland. The attraction here appears to be tableside made guacamole, but we didn't try that. Good service and decent atmosphere; however I don't think we will return.
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