The decor is quite nice but the restaurant itself is dark to the point of distraction. We literally had to use our cell phones to see the menu. The first test of any Mexican restaurant is the guacamole. And unfortunately, they failed. The serving bowl was overflowing with a huge lettuce leaf and mounds of chopped tomatoes. Once you worked your way down to the avocado, you could tell why there was so much disguise involved. They infused way too much onion and jalapenos in the guacamole itself. It totally overpowered the dish. My friend had the chicken burrito. Instead of shredding the chicken and enfusing it with a ranchero sauce, they just chopped up big chunks of grilled chicken. Not at all what a burrito should be. I had the crab enchiladas. The vegetable side dish was swimming in garlic. So much so that it made the veggies inedible. The rice side dish was laced with frozen birdseye vegetables and was molded with an ice cream scoop resulting in a very sad display for the eyes and tastebuds. The crab enchiladas were ok. We didn't even bother with drinks. The total bill (before tip) was $60. What an incredible waste of time, money and calories. It really is a shame because you can tell they spent a lot of time on the decor. Too bad they could throw some money towards the actual food prep and some soft lighting.
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