The food is much like what you would find in working-class eateries in Mexican cities and in rural California mom-and-pop restaurants with low-riders parked out in front. It is simply a great dining experience if that is what you are looking for. It is not Tex-Mex and those who learned to think they like Mexican food in major USA chain restaurants might have to get used to it - relatively mild, simply prepared food with the flavors of its fresh ingredients shining through and the heat and fire confined to hot sauce bottles on the table for those who want to add it. Portions are large, prices are not bad and the service has been good the three times I've eaten here while in Martinsville on business this week.
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