After reading all the great reviews, we decided to try this place for lunch. The location was once a soup/sandwich shop popular with the locals. This place still seems to be a local fave. Not much in the way of atmosphere. The deceptively large place is packed with efficient booths and tables throughout.
The menu tries to offer a little bit of everything from typical Mexican fare to American diner faves. We had the guacamole with salsa and chips. Not bad, but the chips were mediocre and not warm. The chips must be what Cisco sells to average beaneries. I had a forgettable chili relleno (my test of a decent Mexican place -- FAIL). My wife had the Tres Amigos combo platter of beef taco, cheese enchilada, and a small chili relleno. I almost never salt my food but both of us were fighting over the salt shaker. The only discernible "heat" in the food was from one of the salsas. This is Mexican food for senior citizens on a restricted salt diet or little kids who think black pepper is spicy.
Wine selection is non-existent: a couple house wines by the glass. They offer a handful of typical Mexican beers and another handful of domestics.
Service was good. I just don't have the heart to tell any waiter that their food is crappy when they ask, "how's everything?". Oh well.
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