The waiter was painfully quiet, but attentive and efficient. The Margarita was poor with a twang of something artificial, probably bad Margarita mix. Prices are incredibly cheap, which compensates for the only adequate food. My son had enchiladas and I chose the Texas fajitas. Both came served in large quantities, that after decent chips, were too large to finish. Ingredients in the dishes were clearly cheap, but considering the cost, I can't complain. Good flavors in both dishes. Ambiance was not remarkable: it didn't detract or add to the meal. I'll probably return at some point given the limited Mexican options in the area.
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