The restaurant is cute and quaint like most of the restaurants in the Soho district. I liked the outdoor seating and the eclectic text mex style food. Beingfrom the west coast I'm more biased towards traditional Mexican food but liked the variety of the menu. We ordered the guacamole for two and it was $14, seemed a little steep but the guacamole was definitely good and the portion was large. The chips and salsas are very basic! The chips seem like typical chain Mexican food chips and the salsa is just a little sampler. My husband ordered the chicken taquitos appetizer and they were different, not great. Maybe a little too much emphasis on being different rather than sticking to traditional tex mex style. I ordered the Asada tacos and they were delicious, however, very spicy. I love my food spicy and the waitress cautiously informed me and they were perfect!!!! Just the right amount of everything. The meat was very tender and not at all fatty. The drinks were expensive and small. Overall a good restaurant but a little pricey, however, it is NYC. Not sure I would return but enjoyed the dinner overall.
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