There is no decor and little seating, but that's okay, because the food is very good. I've eaten there several times and have never had anything I'd consider less than good.
Their rendition of tamales (especially the vegetable) are the best I've had outside of Mexico itself (and my travels in Mexico are all off the beaten path).
The family who owns and runs it are very friendly making the stop very worthwhile. If this is considered the fifth out of five spots to eat in Tonasket, then the town is doing well.
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