Here is a classic example of what happens to a great restaurant when your kitchen loses its' finest cooks.
For years, the California Style Mexican food served here, rose to the challenge and squashed every other fly-by-night Mexican restaurant in this town.
Now that they have new cooks "in training"...the restaurant is slipping into the dismal abyss that all failing restaurants end up in. The Fajitas were once the best in town, but now the flank steak is accompanied by raw veggies and they have stopped using the good seasonings that they once employed.
I might be back for the beer, but we won't be returning for the food. To make it worse, you really need to be fluent in Spanish to be able to converse with the servers. If not, you will certainly become irritated or have your order arrive different from the one you ordered.
Sorry Oscar, but it is what it is senor.
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