This was a new spot for my folks and they seemed excited to try it. The choriqueso dip was really good - the chorizo had a great flavor. Everyone was impressed. There were six of us so I don't remember everything that was ordered. I do remember that there were three different carne asada dishes ordered. They were huge portions and well prepared. My mother had the traditional carne asada dish and it was more than she could handle. The poblano peppers had color (char) and great flavor.
It was a very satisfying experience for the extended family and we will being going there for future family outings. We look forward to trying something new and different on the menu.
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