Very cute restaurant, although on a sketchy road. The food is easy to order, as it includes descriptions and also pesos and dollars so you know what you're spending.
There's no air conditioning and IT WAS HOT inside. Ask to sit outside if it's too hot indoors. The food is relatively inexpensive, and was really really good. Very authentic and seemed freshly prepared.
My only *beware* item - They charge you for the 'free' chips and salsa, and when the bill arrived, it was about $10 higher that it should have been. Their currency conversion was based on 11 pesos to the $$, whereas it was more like 14 to the $$. I asked multiple vendors before and after, and when I disputed in the restaurant, they wouldn't change it. Not a huge deal, but a little frustrating, because no one wants to feel taken advantage of.
Overall, a good experience and great food.
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