Nice atmosphere with true mexican music playing in the background, Spacious and culturally decorated, Chips were delicious but the complimentary salsa was a little watery (but tasty). We asked for the hotter stuff and it was crushed red chilis in tomato sause. Very tasty!
I had the steak Fahitas and they were perfectly done. Tender and tasty. There was a choice of flour or corn totillas and I chose the corn. They were hand made and smaller just like south o-da-border. My wife had a spicy pork burreto and it was delish too.
Tnhe kids had their staple, Cheese Quesadillas and they were huge but ample rice or beans. Good value for $4.
We will definately go again!
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