My wife and I have been here several times and have not been disappointed.
The first thing to know is that the place is small and pretty much always busy so you can expect a wait (that's because it's good...). Plus about half of the tables are communal, so you may be sitting next to other diners (families/kids/geezers/sweethearts/hipsters) enjoying the great food. What's so bad about that?
The last time we were there we started with the chips and fresh guacamole - definitely a good choice. Then I had the swordfish taco and the black beans with sour cream and rice. Not too shabby at all! Also washed it down with a bottle of Mexican Coke (real sugar....mmmmm) for the perfect blend of sweet and savory.
Comer con gusto!