We've eaten at Old Mexico twice now. Both times the food was good, served promptly, reasonably portioned, and reasonably priced.
This is a Mexican restaurant, not Tex-Mex. Mexican food tends to be quite bland compared to Tex-Mex. If you want spicy food, add a spoonful of salsa.
The chips are made daily in-house. They're crunchy, ever so slightly sweet, and come in a bottomless bowl.
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