Located inside South Point casino, this restaurant doesn't impress. It's upstairs and felt extremely crowded. There was absolutely no ambiance, in fact it felt like eating in a cafeteria. However, the service was excellent and the food was good. We split the chicken fajitas and had leftovers. A nice touch was the portion of guacamole with the salsa and bean dip served with the chips.
Overall, a pretty good restaurant but we're still looking for an outstanding Mexican restaurant in Las Vegas.
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