This is not a glossy, expensive, spot-lit and marble-tiled restaurant with delicate flower arrangements on the tables.
Thank god for that.
It's very slightly scruffy with warmly coloured decor and old black white photos of Mexico on the walls. The menu is flexible and the friendly waiting staff will help you decide what exactly is the most tasty way to stuff your belly.
My son and I had a very welcome, home cooked meal. I didn't have room for all of mine, the portions were so generous but my son managed to scoff all of his and then spent the rest of the evening talking about it. He gazed wistfully at the restaurant when we walked past it the next morning and was still talking about it on the flight back to Liverpool. I told him we can cook burritos at home and his plaintive response was, 'But it won't be the same, I just know it won't.'
We are both foodies, love cooking and are therefore very critical when we eat out. We both loved this understated restaurant with the helpful waiting staff.