Most Mexican restaurants have a "numbered" menu with endless combinations of tacos, burritos, enchiladas, etc. Quixote holds itself out to be a "fine dining" restaurant. Brevard is not Manhattan, so "fine dining" in Brevard is not exactly the same as it would be in a big city. Small building, but nicely decorated. I had queso with chorizo mixed in for an appetizer. You would expect chips, so you could "dip," but I was given "baby" flour tortillas, so I made "baby quesadillas" -- very good. The chorizo had a good taste without being too hot. My wife had guacamole for her appetizer -- she loved it. My main course was a ribeye steak that had been marinated in what was called a Mojo sauce. It was very good. You could taste the flavor in every bite. No steak sauce needed. The vegetable was a corn and poblano mix. Very spicy, lots of heat. It was unique, not your usual "rice and refried beans" side. My wife had steak tacos. The pico was the freshest and tastiest she had ever had, and she is not a pico fan. We would go back. The menu had lots of other items we would like to try.