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This is a good Mexican Restaurant, specially for the big variety of Tacos and dishes!
They usually have very good weekday offers (Monday to Thursday) which are definetly worth a try.
This is more a “friend” restaurant, where you can come and have a good...More
The waitress was run off her feet but somehow managed to juggle everything, remember everything and serve everyone without any delay – the whole time being really friendly and smiley :) Food was delicious. I had the tacos – they are small but surprisingly filling......More
This place was exactly what I needed on my trip away from home. As San Diego natives we've been longing for cheap Mexican food and a cold refreshing beer and we finally got it here! We got there around three but they didn't open until...More
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