For starters, the salsa was excellent, and the waitress was nice, but it was all downhill from there. The jalapeño peppers were stuffed with mozzarella. They need to find a more authentic cheese, since this is a Mexican restaurant, not Italian. (Then again I doubt they use much cheese in Mexico). The burritos had potential, but they were also stuffed with mozzarella which was way too much cheese on top of the poppers and the queso. This place has a great location and the service is good, but more of a Tex-Mex, or should I say Italian-Mex.
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