Recommended by locals, this restaurant is only average. The tortillas in the chips were woody tasting, and the flour tortillas soon turned tough as they tightened as they cooled. The salsa is tasts as if it has a canned tomato base. Sharing fajitas, the chicken was nicely cooked, the onions were tasty but the overall ratio of vegetables to meat was off, with too little of the former . . . the menu does not include the prices for beer, wine, sangria, margaritas, etc. Once asked, we found beer prices reasonable but the half pitcher of margaritas was too high. Ask ahead. As with so many Mexican style restaurants, the noice level was high, as sounds bounced off tile and plaster.
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