My bride and I visited the San Luis Obispo location, here for 2 1/2 years, for the first time yesterday, for a light supper before a 7pm theater performance. We had read the reviews and were prepared for good food and lackadaisical service. We were delightfully proven right about the food and just as delightfully proven wrong about the service! We arrived about 5 pm so the Friday evening crowd hadn't yet arrived. The space is large, comfortable, and colorfully decorated with Mexican artifacts. We were cheerfully greeted and seated, and had menus, chips and salsita immediately, and drinks right away. My happy hour margarita was very good, and served well to tame the delicious house-made salsita. We perused the extensive and interesting menu and chose lighter fare: my bride had a steaming bowl of albondigas soup and pronounced the broth delicious but the meatballs a little bland. (I called the restaurant just now and confirmed they were beef, not chicken.) She ordered the Street Taco Trio for her main dish and was pleased with her choice. Her Firestone Double-Barrel Ale was a perfect brew for the tacos. I chose to make my own Combination Plate from four choices: Crispy Taco, Beef Tamale, Enchilada, and Chile Relleno. I chose the latter two items, and was not disappointed. The accompanying rice and beans were perfect, but the true test of a good Mexican kitchen is the enchilada, particularly the sauce, and a chile relleno. This kitchen and chef passed with flying green, white and red colors! My bride is the best Mexican chef I know, but Que Pasa gave her a run for her money! My favorite is the chile relleno, and this one was as close to perfect as a commercial kitchen can get: the egg batter was, light, frothy and tasty; the chile was done just so, and full of Manchego cheese. Heaven. (I have our leftovers in the fridge for when I am done with this review!) About the service: prior reviewers noted some problems in this area. We did not. Quite the opposite, as I said, our greeting was right on point, and service continued in this vein for the whole meal. Nina, our server, is a friendly and knowledgeable young lady, and was there every time we needed something. I listened in on the other server at the next table, and she was just as delightfully able. Apparently the owner/manager listened to you and fixed the problems! Prices: All this food and drink, including my 2nd margarita, came to under $35. Wow! Upshot: we have found our go-to Mexican restaurant.