We visited Rio Tomatlan on a week day for lunch in a party of four. We had seen reviews in the newspaper and had heard that it offered authentic Mexican food. We were seated promptly and provided with the obligatory salsa and tortilla chips--which did not appear to be home made and were found lacking. The menu was broad enough to provide choices for each of us. The waitress was helpful in describing the dishes offered and we did not wait long for our food. I had the Chile Rellano and really liked it. Hubby had a chimichanga with rice and beans and found all of it to be rather bland and lacking in seasoning. Our two guests felt as did my husband and indicated that it was just "ok" but couldn't see that they would drive from Rochester to return.