A converted piazza hut, stackable chairs and tables covered with a spongy oilcloth greeted me, but I presisted on, glad I did. A friendly waitress quickly arrived to take my order and bring the requisite chips and salsa. Although it was lunch time, I saw no specials on the menu, but the entrees range from 5-7 dollars, so they cant go any lower! I ordered a combo with beef taco, cheese enchilda and bean chalupa and a small side of guac. The cold creamy, chunk full of tomato side arrived on a plate instead of the usual "monkey dish". I worked on this the entire meal and did not make a dent. My meal arrived within 5 minutes and what a meal! Other reviewers are correct when they speak of portion sizes. The chalupa shell was thicker than most so it held up well, keeping crispy and holding up under the mountain of creamy beans, lettuce, cheese and a round of tomato that almost covered the entire thing. The enchilda was packed full of what appeared to be cheddar, smothered in a delightful sauce, spicy but without the heat. The taco shell was also thicker and it needed to be to contain the generous serving of ground beef, simmered to tender perfection, also garnished with ample amounts of lettuce and cheese and the tomato round, ensuring a bite of everything every time. The only negative is the amount of food that was left on the plate. Do not go here if you aren't sure if you ate hungry, or your having leftovers for a least the next meal.