The food is good, the service is moderate, at best. it's a good plase to go with a group who want some privacy. The can accomodate pretty large groups.
I've eaten here a few times...perhaps five or six. I usually have a burrito or the fajitas. I had chicken fajitas most recently. I think they over-cook the chicken and under-cook the peppers. it's not my culture, so I'm probably not the expert to rely on. I just go by what tastes good. And if I were in the kitchen I'd be putting the peppers on first, then the onions about three minutes later (because onions cook faster than peppers), and the meat would go on the fire last. That way the peppers will be more done, and the chicken can be cooked well, but not overcooked.
Service is always a bit "cold" and distant here. A 15% tip always seems a bit ove-generious, even though I usually tip that or more.
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