I have seen the reviews that mention the noise level but we were there on a Tuesday and wasn't bad at all even though they were quite crowded - which tells you something in itself.
We were promptly seated and ordered our drinks - a huge 20 oz. House margherita for $3 and a Modelo,draft for $3 - happy hour prices until 6PM.
A young lady brought her salsa cart to our table and asked us how we would like it prepared for the excellent in house tortilla chips she brought. We watched as she added the appropiate ingredients and crushed them together to produce a generous bowl of salsa.
We chose the carnitas chimichango and the Mexican paella. The chimi was good but not deep fried, so if you want a crispy chimi you may want to ask for it. The paella was outstanding. Usually you have to rake through a restaurant paella to get the meet or sea food, but in this case there was so much lobster, shrimp, chicken, scallops and chorizo that we couldn't fonish it. The rice was flavored perfectly - one of the best Mexican dishes I've ever had.
The wandering mariachi trio was quite good with voices that harmonized well.All in all one of the best Mexican food experiences I've ever had.
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