Great food, a little difficult to find, very limited parking. If you're on a motorbike or on food, no problem, if you're in a car,you may have to find another spot to park and walk to the restaurant. But once you've found it and parked, you're in for a treat, especially if you're a Mexican food lover who been away from the real deal for a while. Of course, you have to pay for chips and salsa, which seems a travesty to anyone raised on tex-mex, but otherwise, no complaints.
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