Out with friends on a Saturday night, we decided to try Serrano's, a relatively new Mexican Restaurant/Bar my friend had heard good things about. The restaurant is much bigger inside than it appears from the road, but nevertheless was pretty busy when we entered and were seated immediately. The interior looks new and clean. Very typical Mexican style menu. Our sopas, shrimp and tortilla, were good though not as spicy as we generally prefer. Our main courses, which included old stand-bys like steak fajitas, quesadillas, and seafood and chicken tacos were fine, if a bit mundane. They required addition of large quantities of our table's bottle of red habanero sauce. The refried beans and rice that came with our meals were bland and a bit dehydrated. They had the appearance and texture of having either been on the stove or a hot plate for a long time. There were greater deficiencies on the service side. My friend asked the waiter for a well known commercial Mexican spicy sauce, but he never returned to say whether they had it or not. Seated in a corner booth, we got minimal attention from the wait staff. When we were done, we had to signal across the room three times to get our our check. We began to have visions of Mexican breakfasts, as most patrons departed, except for us. We were there for an unnecessary 20' before we escaped. In summary, the food is OK, but service is erratic and needs a bit of improvement.
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