Everything on this interesting and well thought out menu is homemade and everything is worth trying, depending on your mood and budget. From the excellent tamales (three for $8.00 - a wonderful lunch) and tacos (three for $9.00 - perfect for lunch or dinner), to the lobster and cowboy steak (both on the high end, both tasty with excellent sauces), it is really a treat and a welcome addition to the entire area. This has got to be the only restaurant featuring this type of food, and this type of food done so well, for . . .what? 200 miles? Whether you want a faithful standby, such as a burrito or enchilada, or something a little more exotic like the octopus or plantain/pulled pork casserole, you will not be disappointed. As for the chips - no, you don't get unlimited baskets of complimentary, mass produced, generic "tostidos" to endlessly munch on. What you do get, and what it is reasonable to then have to pay a little more for, are handmade, homemade chips made out of freshly ground, organic corn. You won't find chips like these anywhere else, and it is a testament to the restaurant that they care enough to go through the expense and the trouble to make them. The fact that they do is representative of their entire approach to everything and should be appreciated, respected and enjoyed. As for the ambiance, it is cheerful and convivial - a good place just to "hang" and have a beer or margarita at the spacious bar if that's all you're up for (free wifi). All in all - what in the mundo is there not to like?