Southern Maryland does not have many Mexican restaurants run by folks who have lived in Mexico. This is one of the better ones. It's not all tacos and burritos, although most of the menu is basic - rice, refried beans, lettuce, sour cream, and guacamole combined with a variety of meats and seafood.There are specialty items that are more creative than you might expect. On my recent visit, I had shrimp and scallops in a cream sauce that was quite good.
The restaurant has moved to the site of the former Lorado Restaurant. I found the ambiance of the Lorado a bit uncomfortable. The dining area was one large room with no dividers and no windows. The new owners have improved it by adding windows and some new decorations. The dining room is still noisier than it needs to be because of the large open area.
On the whole, a meal here is a good value - the prices are quite reasonable.
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