We were traveling from the Midwest back to New Mexico and decided to stop here for lunch. This is an old building and a bit run down but that is the kind of facility you find in small rural towns - they reuse because who can afford to erect a brand new building for a cafe? It was obviously very popular as the place was jumping with locals - work crews, office mates, etc.
Service was friendly and prompt. Between us we ordered plates of enchiladas and burritos. The food came fast and was average for Mexican faire. The salsa and the entrees were not spicy but they went down easy - kind of like south-of-the-border comfort food. It certainly beat another hamburger on the road and was probably cheaper.
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