This restaurant was very big (but the tables were crowded together), and very clean. While they had "typical" Mexican fare, they also had a unique spin on some items. We had the "chip bar" which comes in a tiered tower, and gives you warm tortilla chips on the bottom, and your choice of 3 dips on top. There are a lot more chips than there are dip. The dip is served in 2-oz tiny ramiken cups, and if you are in a group with more than 2 hungry adults, there may not be enough dip to go around. It was also kind of pricey for the amount of dip you get ($8). We chose the salsa, queso, and guacamole dips. They were ok, but if I visited again, I think I would just get the standard chips and salsa for $2.
Their kids menu was nice, in that they offered non-Mexican cuisine items, as well, if you have a child who isn't into tacos.
Our bill for 2 adults and 2 kids, including an appetizer, came to around $35. Would definitely visit again!
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